Jeffrey DeMunn
(Photo courtesy of The Old Globe)
Jeffrey DeMunn
(Photo courtesy of The Old Globe)
Full casting has been announced for Old Globe Theatre's production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, to run January 22 - February 27. Pam MacKinnon will direct the production.

Miller's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama examines how the American dream has eluded one man and what happens as he comes to recognize this reality.

As previously announced, the production will star Tony and Emmy Award nominee Jeffrey DeMunn as Willy Loman. The cast will also feature Jordan Baker (The Woman), Ben Diskant (Bernard), Jesse Jensen (Stanley), Robin Moseley (Linda), Tyler Pierce (Happy), John Procaccino (Charley), Deborah Radloff (Jenny, Letta), Lucas Caleb Rooney (Biff), Ryman Sneed (Miss Forsythe), Adrian Sparks (Uncle Ben) and Jonathan Spivey (Howard Wagner, 2nd Waiter).

The design team will include Marion Williams (Scenic Design), Mathew LeFebvre (Costume Design), Rui Rita (Lighting Design), and Jeremy J. Lee (Sound Design).

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