October 19-28, 2017

At age sixty-three, Willy has been a traveling salesman all his life. Despite his hard work and grueling schedule, the Lomans have always lived on the edge of poverty and Willy has always been an underling in his company. Yet Willy constantly tells himself and his family that the "big break" he deserves is just around the corner. He has raised his two sons, Biff and Happy, to also believe that somehow life has cheated them and insists that one day they will get their due. Linda, Willy's dutiful wife, lives under the thin veneer of denial that her husband has so long tried to keep from collapsing.

 

“By common consent, this is one of the finest dramas in the

whole range of the American Theatre.

­-New York Times

Thursday, October 19th - 8pm

Friday, October 20th - 8pm

Saturday, October 21st - 8pm

Sunday, October 22nd - 2pm

Thursday, October 26th - 8pm

Friday, October 27th - 8pm

Saturday, October 28th - 8pm

Cast

Crew

Barb Jones

PRODUCER

Shawn Rocheleau

DIRECTOR

Lori Moritz

STAGE MANAGER

David Buffham

LIGHTING DESIGN

Shawn Rocheleau

SOUND DESIGN

Holly Williamson and Shawn Rocheleau

SET DESIGN

Joey Ferguson

RECORDING ENGINEER

Michael Carlini and Shawn Rocheleau

SET CONSTRUCTION

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Martin Buote

as Willy Lowman

Linda Stott

as Linda Loman

Robert McGee

as Happy

Aaron Verwey

as Biff

Daniel Ciccarelli

as Bernard

Karen Fogleman

as The Woman

Tim O'Connell

as Charlie

Larry Gibbs

as Uncle Ben

Julia Kotowski

as Jenny/Letta

Joey Ferguson

as Stanley

Louise Howlings

as Miss Forsythe

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