Death of a Salesman is a tragedy about the differences between a New York family’s dreams and the reality of their lives. The play is a scathing critique of the American Dream and of the competitive, materialistic American society of the late 1940s. The storyline features Willy Loman, an average guy who attempts to hide his averageness and failures behind delusions of grandeur as he strives to be a “success”.
Presented by London Community Players
Location: Procunier Hall
CastDon Blay, Judy Cormier, Amelia Does, Rob Faust, Mike Van Holst, Marshall Lemon, Deborah Mitchell, John Palmer, James Roberts, Kathleen Sykora, and James Wybrow
Direction: Jason Rip
Set Design: Stephen Mitchell
Lighting Design: Stephen Mitchell
Produced by Diane Haggerty