Death of a Salesman

Salesman Willy Loman finds his career crumbling and his relationships with his wife and sons severely tested in Arthur Miller's dream-like meditation on the cost of the American dream.


The 1984 revival of Death of a Salesman played 97 performances at the Broadhurst Theatre between March 29, 1984, and July 1, 1984. The production played an 88-performance return engagement at the same theatre from September 14, 1984, to November 18, 1984.
  • Playwright: Arthur Miller

Awards

Drama Desk Award
1984 Outstanding Actor in a Play Winner
1984 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Winner
1984 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play Nominee
1984 Outstanding Revival Winner
Outer Critics Circle
1984 Outstanding Debut Performance Winner
1984 Outstanding Revival Winner
Tony Award
1984 Revival (Play or Musical) Winner