Stage and screen star Christopher Lloyd is currently playing the ill-fated Willy Loman in the Weston Playhouse's production of the classic Arthur Miller drama Death of a Salesman.
Directed by Steve Stettler, the production will play the Vermont venue through Sept. 11.
The cast also features Nathan Darrow as Happy, Markus Potter as Biff, Matt R. Harrington as Bernard, Munson Hicks as Charley, Philip Kerr as Uncle Ben, David Bonanno as Howard/Stanley, Amy Van Nostrand as Linda Loman, Brandy Zarle as The Woman, Elizabeth Morton as Jenny/Letta and Beth Hylton as Miss Forsythe.
Death of a Salesman, according to the Weston, is "the powerful, heartbreaking story of a traveling salesman fighting changing times while struggling for one last chance to capture the American Dream for his family."
Here is a first look at the show:
Christopher Lloyd as Willy Loman in Vermont Death of a Salesman
For ticket information visit www.westonplayhouse.org.
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