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- Death of a Salesman
Following an award-winning run in London, this critically acclaimed production of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman comes to Broadway this September 19 for 17 weeks only. Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke reprise their roles as Willy and Linda Loman, joined by Khris Davis (Biff), McKinley Belcher III (Happy) and Tony® winner André De Shields (Ben), in a vibrant production told – for the first time on Broadway – from the perspective of an African-American family living in 1940s ...
This historic treasure is one of the oldest theatres on Broadway. It originally opened in 1903, with Ethel Barrymore starring in Cousin Kate. Through the mid-1900s, it alternated as a television studio, a legitimate theater, and a rock-and-roll venue. Through the nineties and 00s, it served Millenium Hotels as an event space.
It was opened again as a Broadway venue in February of 2017, with Sunday in the Park with George. The New York Times stated that “One of Broadway’s oldest surviving theaters is now its youngest.”