RSC's Production of Death of a Salesman Transfers to the West End, Opening Tonight

News   RSC's Production of Death of a Salesman Transfers to the West End, Opening Tonight
 
The Royal Shakespeare Company's revival of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, which ran at Stratford-upon-Avon's Royal Shakespeare Theatre through May 2, is transferring directly to the West End's Noel Coward Theatre, where it opens officially May 13 (following previews that began May 9), for a ten-week run through July 18.

The entire Stratford cast, led by Antony Sher and Harriet Walter as Willy and Linda Loman, are reprising their roles in London. Also in the cast are Alex Hassell and Sam Marks as their sons Buff and Happy, with Tobias Beer, Paul Birchard, Helen Grady, Ross Green, Emma King, Miranda Nolan, Sarah Parks, Guy Paul, Joshua Richards and Brodie Ross. 

In a press statement, RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran who has also directed the production has commented, "Death of a Salesman is, without doubt in my mind, the greatest American play of the 20th Century and it has taken its rightful place, alongside Shakespeare, on our main stage in Stratford-upon-Avon, to mark the centenary of Arthur Miller's birth. I am delighted we are able to share this production with London audiences."



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