Death of a Salesman Reviews
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Henry Goldman from New York
Brantley's jaded, unperturbed reaction notwithstanding, this is an unforgettable piece of theater, extraordinarily moving, superbly well-cast, acted by all with wizardry, and with perfect-pitch direction. Many in my March 16 audience wept; everyone rose at the end in a sustained standing ovation. A production in which the entire team appears to recognize the responsibility they have to bring to life, and live up to the importance and majesty of, Arthur Miller's play.
JR from LA GRANGE, TX
NEED TO SEE!!! TRUE TO THE ORIGINAL
While there are many great plays to see in NY, this is one that should be on the top 3....we loved the theatre and the actors, Philip, Linda, Andrew, Finn, and many others were AWESOME. We were so glad we flew to NY (from TX) to just see this play. The issues in the 40's still apply today, especially with what we all endured with the downturn of the economy.
Leslie Grady from Dayton, OH
A REPRISAL ROLE FOR HOFFMAN
He first performed in this play at Fairport High School in Rochester, NY. I was a teacher there at the time and was lucky enough to see him then. How wonderful to see him on Broadway.
Agnes M. from New York
PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN - JUST A VOLCANO OF ENERGY!
The best show in a decade. Amazing cast! You must see it (if you get tickets!)
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