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Death of a Salesman, by Arthur Miller
Fanfare for the Common Man
Tuesday, March 12, 2002
5.0
This production is what theatre is all about! Funny. Moving. Tender. Raw. True.



Heidi Cline's brilliant directorial vision about the death of Willy Loman, a common salesman so desperate to hang on to the past, rings true to the heart and soul of this American classic.



Soul-stice Repertory Ensemble prides itself in the bonding of actor, language, and embracing passionate, compelling theatre. I must say ensemble work doesn't get any better than this! Daniel Burnley (Willy Loman) leads a fine cast of Atlanta actors including Jeff Feldman (Biff), Geoff Uterhardt (Happy), Pat Bell (Linda), and Luiz Hernandez (Bernard). If you go, pay close attention to some outstanding acting in those pivotal roles that only appear in one or two scenes. They breathe a life of their own!



If you love theatre that makes you think...makes you ache...makes you re-evaluate the priorities in your own life...makes you feel alive...makes you grateful...makes you fall in love...then you MUST see DEATH OF A SALEMAN!



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