Death of a Salesman
November 8-11 & 15-18
Directed by Paul J. Hustoles
Scenic Design by Karen S. Lewis
Lighting Design by Steven Smith

Costume Design by Beth Lensing


Willy Loman (Peter C. Simonson) speaks to his wife, Linda (Zillah Glory Langsjoen)
as his brother Ben (Josh Mitchell) looks on.


Willy Loman (Peter C. Simonson, right) talks with the secretary of Bernard (Oliver Thrun, left)
as he tries to speak to Bernard's father, Charley. The secretary is played by Laura Yost.


Willy's sons, Happy (John John, left) and Biff (Patrick McIntyre) talk about their father
while out on the town with Letta (Jennie Bindner, left) and Miss Forsythe (Stacey Ellerbroek).


A young Bernard (Oliver Thrun, center) asks Biff (Patrick McIntyre, left) if he can carry his helmet
rather than Happy (John John, right). Willy and Linda Loman (Peter Simonson and Zillah Glory Langsjoen)
observe the scene.


Willy's neighbor and friend Charley (Christian D. Bell, left) tells Willy that no one blames him for
what he did. From left are Happy Loman (John John), Linda Loman (Zillah Glory Langsjoen),
Biff Loman (Patrick McIntyre) and Bernard (Oliver Thrun).

 

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Revisit the 2001-2002 Season

Eleemosynary
Camelot
The Philadelphia Story
Death of a Salesman
The Golden Age
The Real Inspector Hound
Julius Caesar
Butterflies Are Free
The Mikado
To Gillian on her 37th Birthday
U-Rep Dance Concert