Death of a Salesman Will Precede 2000 U.S. Tour with Euro

Tony Awards   Death of a Salesman Will Precede 2000 U.S. Tour with Euro
 
Before touring the U.S. in 2000, the Brian Dennehy-Robert Falls revival of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman will most likely hit Europe. So said director Falls backstage at the Tony ceremony, after the Goodman Theatre artistic director had won an award for his work on Salesman. Falls said producers in London, Paris and Dublin has shown interest in the production and that any tour of the U.S. would be preceded by a stop in Europe. The original cast will star in the European and American productions, said Falls.

Before touring the U.S. in 2000, the Brian Dennehy-Robert Falls revival of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman will most likely hit Europe. So said director Falls backstage at the Tony ceremony, after the Goodman Theatre artistic director had won an award for his work on Salesman. Falls said producers in London, Paris and Dublin has shown interest in the production and that any tour of the U.S. would be preceded by a stop in Europe. The original cast will star in the European and American productions, said Falls.

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