Death of a Salesman
3 Dec — 22 Dec 2021
Roslyn Packer Theatre
★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★ Time Out
★★★★ Sydney Morning Herald
DEATH OF A SALESMAN
Directed by Paige Rattray
“Why must everybody conquer the world?”
Witness an extraordinary ensemble bringing one of the 20th century’s most iconic plays to life. Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman is a compassionate insight into the life of a family fracturing in the face of broken dreams, and a stirring call to live for now.
Willy Loman (Jacek Koman) is lost in the wilderness of modern life. Clicking endless miles on the road in his career as a travelling salesman, he’s searching for a sense of meaning. Meanwhile, his wife Linda (Helen Thomson) is trying desperately to keep the faith and his sons (Josh McConville and Callan Colley) are, in their own ways, rebelling against repeating his mistakes.
In some of the best writing ever composed for the stage, Willy and his family must tear through the illusions they’ve been fed by modern America and work out the things that really matter. Featuring a plethora of acting talent including Thuso Lekwape, Phillip Quast, Bruce Spence, Contessa Treffone, Kimie Tsukakoshi, Brigid Zengeni and Alan Zhu, this remarkable production is a showcase of the revelatory power of theatre.
STC Associate Director Paige Rattray (The Beauty Queen of Leenane) shows us the vulnerability and true beauty at the centre of some of theatre’s most heartbreaking moments. This big-hearted and engrossing production will take a tour through the ruins of the American Dream and uncover the fragile humanity that’s threatened by our society’s obsession with success.
Death of a Salesman is presented by arrangement with Music Theatre International (Australasia).
VISITOR SAFETY INFORMATION
This production will proceed at 100% capacity. Please note you will be seated alongside other ticket holders.
All attendees must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Vaccination status will be sighted at entry to the theatre on arrival as part of the Service NSW QR Check In process. All Sydney Theatre Company staff on site are subject to the same vaccination requirement.
Face masks must be worn at all times. Face masks are mandatory, please bring and wear a well fitted mask over your nose and mouth.
The requirements listed are part of a suite of comprehensive safety measures. The COVID-19 situation is constantly evolving. Please check the most up-to-date Visitor Safety Measures prior to your visit.
Mon – Thu performances
Adult A Reserve $96
B Reserve $90
Seniors cardholder $90
Under 30 $49
Fri & Sat performances
A Reserve $99
B Reserve $93
All tickets $49
Transaction fees may apply
Single ticket bookings: $8 online; $8 telephone; $0 Box Office counter