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Death of a Salesman - Noel Coward Theatre

So this is quite a departure for an RSC show that originated on the main house stage in Stratford. The more cynical amongst us might assume that it is merely a vehicle for the husband of Artistic Director Gregory Doran. 601 more words

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Death of a Salesman (RSC at the Noël Coward Theatre)

It is Arthur Miller’s centenary year, and as one of the foremost 20th century playwrights it seems fitting that several productions of his plays have recently been staged within the UK – last year’s… 1,019 more words


RSC Live: Henry V

Live: Wednesday 21 October 7.00

Encore to be announced.

Henry IV is dead and Hal is King. With England in a state of unrest, he must leave his rebellious youth behind, striving to gain the respect of his nobility and people. 89 more words

Death of a Salesman

Over the last year or so, Arthur Miller has become cemented in my mind as one of my favourite playwrights, so I was very much looking forward to the RSC’s new production of his classic 1949 play… 187 more words


Buying Into It


RST, Stratford upon Avon, Wednesday 22nd April, 2015


Gregory Doran’s powerful production of this Arthur Miller masterpiece brings out the humour of the script, especially in the first half, and so Antony Sher’s Willy Loman is endearing from the get-go. 429 more words


Death of a Salesman - The RSC in Stratford

Perhaps an unusual play to take over the main stage in Stratford, normally devoted to the works of Shakespeare at this time of year, but ‘Death of a salesman’ comes with a huge reputation as one of the best and most significant plays of the 20th century.  358 more words


Death of A Salesman review

Review of Death of A Salesman by Arthur Miller, at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre to celebrate Miller’s centenary. With Anthony Sher as Willy Loman, Harriet Walter as Linda Loman and Alex Hassell as Biff.