"Death of A Salesman" by Arthur Miller

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Arthur Miller’s Pulitzer-winning masterpiece finds the instability of the American dream while telling the tale of mediocre Willy Loman

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Death of a Salesman

It’s late at the Loman family house, but no one is sleeping. Tired yet restless, Willy Loman has come home unexpectedly from a business trip to the great concern of his wife and two sons. Willy’s mind has been wandering, bouncing back and forth between his seemingly glorious past, and his very troubled present. Something isn’t right. Over the next day the Loman family will struggle with demons from the past, prospects, success, failure, and, ultimately, the truth. Winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1949, Arthur Miller’s indelible classic about the American Dream, income inequality, mental illness, and identity is just as relevant today as it was when it profoundly shaped the course of American theatre over 70 years ago.

Gamut Theatre Group

From improv comedy to kids' shows to classic dramas, the Gamut Theatre Group offers a veritable feast of theater for kids and grown-ups alike. The Popcorn Hat Players, a team of actors and scriptwriters who produce original versions of classic children's stories with minimal scenery and absolutely no lengthy litigation scenes, complements the dramatic side, the Harrisburg Shakespeare Company, a troupe of seven artists who supplement the works of the Bard with similar works that are Shakespearean in content if not in authorship.

Meanwhile, the in-house comedy troupe T.M.I. specializes in long- and short-form, character-driven improv, and Stage Door productions have included radio theatre, staged readings, development of original works by local playwrights, providing theatrical experiences to the greater Harrisburg area.

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