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FEST late-Fall Production

A revival of Death of A Salesman, by Arthur Miller

Original Director: Daniel Toyne

Revival Directors: Jeff Book and Phil Lewis

Performance Dates:

17, 18 November, 1, 2 December at 19:30

19 November and 3 December at 18:00

Venue: Kulturhaus Frankfurt


Death of a Salesman, a play in “two acts and a requiem” by Arthur Miller, was written in 1948 and produced in 1949. Miller won a Pulitzer Prize for the work, which he described as “the tragedy of a man who gave his life or sold it” in pursuit of the American dream.  It’s a play about the struggle for success and disappointment.  It addresses loss of identity and a man’s inability to accept change within himself and society. The play is a montage of memories, dreams, confrontations, and arguments, all of which make up the last 24 hours of Willy Loman’s life.


WILLY LOMAN, a salesman – Jeff Book

LINDA LOMAN, his wife – Veronika Ries

BIFF LOMAN, their older son – Christopher Morahan

HAPPY LOMAN, their younger son  – Hazem Elessawy

BEN LOMAN, Willy’s brother – David Mark

THE WOMAN  – Ornela Giolla

CHARLEY, Willy’s neighbour – Phil Lewis

BERNARD, his son – Andreas Wilk

JENNY, his secretary Heike Why

HOWARD, Willy’s boss – Tom Ryan

STANLEY, a restaurant waiter – Tom Ryan

MISS FORSYTHE, a restaurant customer – Heike Why

LETTA, her colleague – Hannah Kirkpatrick