Death of a Salesman
 
Performances: November 1 - 17, 2013
Fridays & Saturdays @8PM
Sundays @2:30PM
 
a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation that relies on volunteer support to continue to serve our community


 
About the show
The story revolves around Willy Loman, a failing salesman, who cannot understand how he failed to win success and happiness. Through a series of tragic soul-searching revelations of the life he has lived with his wife, his sons, and his business associates, we discover how his quest for the "American Dream" kept him blind to the people who truly loved him. A thrilling work of deep and revealing beauty that remains one of the most profound classic dramas of the American theatre.
Characters 
(Please note the age ranges are for the character portrayed and does not necessarily correspond to the age of the actors cast)
Willy Loman (Male, 40's-60's): down-on-his-luck, increasingly out of touch with reality, quick tempered
Linda Loman(Female, 40's-60's): Willy’s wife; even-tempered, utterly devoted to Willy, deeply buried emotions
Biff Loman (Male, 18-mid 30's): Willy and Linda’s eldest son; once a promising and confident athlete who has lost his way and is well aware of his shortcomings
Happy Loman (Male, 16-low 30's): Willy and Linda’s younger son; has always lived in his older brother’s shadow, compensates by pretending to be overly-confident, doesn’t know himself
Bernard (Male, 17-low 30's): next-door neighbor of the Lomans, a book-worm nerd who later achieves success and confidence
Charley (Male, 40's-60's): Bernard’s father, good man, practical, joker, tries to be a friend to Willy
Ben (Male, 40's-60's): Willy’s older brother, rich, successful, confident, appears only in Willy’s memory
Howard Wagner (Male, 30’s): Willy’s boss, practical, non-sentimental
The Woman From Boston (Female, 30’s-40's): had an affair with Willy, loud, gauche
Stanley -  A waiter at Frank’s Chop House. Stanley and Happy seem to be friends, or at least acquaintances, and they banter about and ogle Miss Forsythe together before Biff and Willy arrive at the restaurant.
Miss Forsythe (Female, mid to late 20's): a “model” who has an encounter with Biff and Happy, attractive
Letta (Female, mid to late 20's): Miss Forsythe’s friend, similar type
Jenny: Charley’s secretary.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Technical Design: 
John Berlo
Chase McElroy



Production Crew
Cast
Willy Loman.....................
Linda Loman....................
Happy Loman...................
Biff Loman........................
Bernard............................
The Woman From Boston
Charley.............................
Ben...................................
Howard Wagner...............
Jenny................................
Stanley.............................
Miss Forsythe....................
Letta.................................
................Brian Jones
...Shannon Alexander
..................Andy Fritz
..............Drew Rankin
..............Richard Diaz
....Nicole Ojeda-Johns
...................Nick Elliot
...............Jeff Graham
.....David Huenergardt
.............Heidi Siberon
...........Nikki Heraghty
..Drake Lee-Patterson
.............Heidi Siberon
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