The Salesman is traveling again.
The Tony Award-winning revival of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman ends its run at Los Angeles' Ahmanson Theatre Nov. 5, only to move on to St. Louis' Fox (Nov. 16-21) and Boston's Shubert (Nov. 28 Dec. 10). Brian Dennehy and Elizabeth Franz reprise their Tony-garnering turns as Willy and Linda Loman. The Robert Falls-directed production opened in L.A. Sept. 20.
Dennehy is the veteran of many films, including "First Blood" and "Cocoon," as well as stage productions of Galileo and The Iceman Cometh . Franz recently appeared Off-Broadway in the Atlantic Theatre Company's production of Miles from the Blue Route. Franz created the title role in Christopher Durang's Sister Mary Ignatious..., for which she won an Obie Award. She recently performed Off-Broadway in Minutes from the Blue Route at the Atlantic Theatre Company and The Cripple of Inishmaan at the Public Theatre. Broadway credits include Brighton Beach Memoirs, Broadway Bound, and The Cherry Orchard.
Most of Salesman's Broadway cast are starring in these national engagements including Ron Eldard (Biff), Ted Koch (Happy), Howard Witt (Charley), Kate Buddeke (The Woman), Barbara eda-Young (Jenny), Kent Klineman (Stanley), , Laura Moss (Letta), Steve Pickering (Howard Wagner) and Richard Thompson (Bernard). Allen Hamilton and Nina Landey replace Robert Brueler and Stephanie March as Uncle Ben and Miss Forsythe.