AT Salesman’s death, Willy Loman is coming to the end of his career as a traveling salesman with not much to show. Despite working hard all his life, Willy has never achieved the elusive American dream, and his sons, Biff and Happy, are also struggling. Is it just a bill of lading?
black representative (Edison Theater at the University of Washington, 6645 Forsyth Boulevard, University City; 314-935-6543, theblackrep.org) puts on a play by Arthur Miller, as poignant as when it premiered in 1942. And the theatrical stalwart Ron Himes, who plays Willie, is especially up for the role. In November, he played Willie in a Nebraska Repertory Theater production. Tickets cost from 15 to 50 dollars. Show times vary by day.
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