‘It’s the only dream you can have - to come out number-one man.’
Willy Loman's time "way out there in the blue, riding on a smile and a shoeshine" is over. Visionary playwright Arthur Miller (The Crucible, All My Sons) shows us a character on the edge, out of money, work and luck; and in doing so launches the blistering attack on the American Dream that brought him to international acclaim. The play has never been more relevant than it is today, with the global economy deteriorating and hope reduced to political rhetoric. In this production Miller's classic is brought into the current economic climate, where it offers a profound insight into the human cost behind the numbers.