Award-winning director Marianne Elliott brings her unique vision to one of the greatest plays of the twentieth century, seen through the eyes of an African American family.
Wendell Pierce (The Wire, Suits, Selma) makes his UK stage debut as Willy Loman, with Olivier Award-winning Sharon D. Clarke as Linda Loman and Arinzé Kene (Misty, Been So Long) as Biff Loman.
This is the American Dream writ as nightmare. It’s an evening of quiet magnificence which leaves you jangled, unsettled and full of grief
There’s a definite gloss to this staging
Fresh, compassionate and ultimately devastating
This brilliantly reimagined take on the Arthur Miller classic is powered by a phenomenal black-led cast
A production at London’s Young Vic that finds fresh meaning in Arthur Miller’s play
A vital, truthful and vivid production and the latest surefire hit from this remarkable team
Audience is easily sold on fresh revival of an old great
Wendell Pierce fits well in this reinvention of a masterpiece
Biff and Happy pose together, ideal young sportsmen, while geeky Bernard next door is by contrast especially gawky in Willy's competitive imagination
Wendell Pierce, Arinzé Kene and Sharon D Clarke star in a revelatory reframing of Arthur Miller's play
A straight-up production with moments of real power
Racial tensions simmer alongside those of class and family as Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke’s American dream unravels