Friday, April 24, 2015, Bartell Theatre’s Evjue Stage, 7:30 pm
Arthur Miller’s Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning story about one man’s attempt to live the American Dream is an American classic. The heartrending family tale will be performed in the intimate setting of the Bartell’s Evjue stage, which seats only 70 people. ALSO: Saturday (7:30 pm) and Sunday (2 pm), April 25-26 and Thursday, April 30 (7:30 pm). Through May 16.
Many will be familiar with the title of Arthur Miller’s classic story of Willy Loman and his family, struggling and scraping to achieve and hold onto the American Dream but, whether or not you’ve ever seen a live stage production, you will want to experience the intimate staging planned for this particular production presented by Strollers Theatre in the intimate 70 seat Evjue Theater.
First published and performed in 1949, it received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play. Throughout its history, it has been largely regarded as one of the top 10 American plays ever written, and has been noted for its remarkable relevance to the American experience even now, more than half a century later. Audiences will easily identify with the Loman family, and this production by Strollers Theatre LTD promises to bring the audience members closer to their story than ever before.
Performances: April 24 - May 16, 2015