— The New York Times
— The Telegraph
About The Performance
Following a critically acclaimed run in London, this vibrant and timely production of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman comes to Broadway for a strictly limited engagement. Olivier Award nominee Wendell Pierce (The Wire, Jack Ryan) and Olivier Award winner and 2022 Tony Award nominee Sharon D Clarke (Caroline, or Change; Doctor Who) reprise their roles as Willy and Linda Loman in a story told – for the first time on Broadway – from the perspective of an African American family. A new cast of supporting actors joins the production in New York, featuring Khris Davis (Atlanta), McKinley Belcher III (A Soldier’s Play), and Tony Award winner André De Shields (Hadestown).
Directed by Miranda Cromwell – who won an Olivier Award alongside co-director Marianne Elliott for the West End and Young Vic productions – this powerful interpretation of Miller’s classic drama illuminates the dark underbelly of the American Dream and its elusive promise of equality and opportunity for all. Get your tickets now to this marvelous, revitalized masterpiece.
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Image: Sharon D. Clarke and Wendell Pierce / courtesy of The New York Times