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Ethel Barrymore Theater

243 West 47th Street

2 hours and 40 minutes with one 15 minute intermission

March 15, 2012 (Closing - June 2, 2012)

Broadway Play (drama)

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Authur Miller's Award Winning Play Returns!

Death Of A Salesman tickets makes a return to the big stage this winter, and the buzz is about. The original 1949 play was written by American playwright Authur Miller. The debut performance won awards, won over audiences and ran at the Morosco Theatre for 742 shows before final curtain. The 2012 production marks the fourth revival of the popular shows to Broadway. Death Of A Salesman tickets are on sale now for all performances at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.

The Story

The original story centers around the character of the protagonist Willy Loman. Willy returns home tired and run down from work. His wife Linda becomes concerned over her husband's exhaustion and many recent car crashes. Linda suggests he ask his boss if he can work closer to home. Willy becomes concerned over their son Biff's future. Biff showed promise as a football player but failed high school and never attended college. Biff and His brother Happy who is visiting to begin recalling past times. The two brothers also soon become concerned with their fathers seeming breakdown. The two brothers tell their father they are working on presenting a business proposal for their future, partly to satisfy Willy's worries and concerns.

The following day Willy goes to make the request to his boss and Biff to present his business proposal. Willy ends up in a quarrel with the boss who then fires him, and Biff's proposal is rejected. Willy, Biff and Happy later meet at a restaurant where they discuss the days events and are reminded of the past. Biff and Happy leave their father at the restaurant in frustration. When the boys arrive home, their mother is upset her sons left Willy alone in such a condition. Biff then finds his father and the two share a heartfelt conversion. Biff explains that there is no great future for himself and perhaps neither for his father. Willy has an emotional epiphany and tells Biff he loves him. Willy comes up with a plan to help his son move forward in life and to strive for the greatness he belies he wants and deserves.

The story is told from the perspective of Willy. Throughout the play parts of Willy's life or revealed with characters entering current scenes, which tell of Willy's past. The writing uses many dramatic techniques to convey these points throughout. The story relies heavily and well conceived flashbackflashback' for both story and character development.


Death Of A Salesman tickets went on sale four times. The original production was produced by Kermit Bloomgarden and staged at the Morosco Theatre on February 10, 1949. It starred Lee J. Cobb as Willy Loman, Mildred Dunnock as Linda, Arthur Kennedy as Biff and Cameron Mitchell as Happy. The 1949 production won the Tony Award for Best Play. Miller's work also took home the 1949 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play. The Circle in the Square Theatre ran a revival production from June 26, 1975 for 71 performances. In March 29, 1984, the Broadhurst Theatre revised Miller's work for 91 performances. The show starred Dustin Hoffman in the role of Willy. The 1984 production reopened the same year for 88 further shows. The last run was staged on February 10, 1999 at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre. The show ran for a solid 274 performances and starred Brian Dennehy as Willy. The 2012 revival began previews on February 13, 2012 and set for an opening night on March 15. The show stars a top-notch cast, including Philip Seymour Hoffman, Andrew Garfield, Linda Emond, Finn Wittrock, Fran Kranz, Bill Camp, John Glover, Glenn Fleshler, Stephanie Janssen. The latest revival is scheduled as a limited-engagement and set to close on June 2, 2012.

Tickets Information

Death Of A Salesman tickets are on sale now at the box office for between $46.50 and $131.50. Premium seating and sold out shows are costing between $75.00 and $675.00. You can view our great selection of Death Of A Salesman tickets online by clicking the link!

Show Times

Wed & Sat 2pm

Tue 7pm
Wed through Sat 8pm


Take the C and E trains to 50th Street and 8th Avenue.

Take the 1 and 9 trains to 50th Street and Broadway.

Take the B, D, Q, F trains to 47-50 Streets and 6th Avenue.

Take the N and R trains to 49th Street and 7th Avenue.


Philip Seymour Hoffman
Andrew Garfield
Linda Emond
Finn Wittrock
Fran Kranz
Remy Auberjonois
Bill Camp
John Glover
Glenn Fleshler
Stephanie Janssen
Kathleen McNenny
Elizabeth Morton
Molly Price


Direction - Mike Nichols
Original Scenic Design - Jo Mielziner
Costume Design - Ann Roth
Lighting Design - Brian MacDevitt
Sound Design - Scott Lehrer

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