Death of a Salesman

By Arthur Miller
Directed by Steven Woolf

September 09 - October 09 , 1998

1998-1999 Mainstage Season

The Story

One of the very best plays ever written, Arthur Miller’s profound and powerful story is a searching examination of the life of a man struggling for the love of his family and yearning to be recognized as worthy and important. The tragedy of Wily Loman’s life explores the American ethic of materialism, success, fame and ambition from the most human of angles.

Creative & Production Staff

Composer/Music by: Larry Bailey
Scenic Designer: John Ezell
Costume Designer: Dorothy Marshall Englis
Lighting Designer: Peter E. Sargent
Sound Designer: Tom Mardikes
Stage Manager: Glenn Dunn
Assistant Stage Manager: Scott De Broux
Casting: Rich Cole


Joneal Joplin (Willy Loman)
Carol Schultz (Linda)
Chris Hietikko (Happy)
Danny Mastrogiorgio (Biff)
Todd Cerveris (Bernard)
Glynis Bell (The Woman)
Charles Antalosky (Charley)
Robert Elliott (Uncle Ben)
Anderson Matthews (Howard)
Matt Huffman (Stanley)
Ashley West (Jenny/Miss Forsythe)
Melissa Hemann (Letta)

Sponsorship & Support

Mainstage Season Sponsor: Monsanto Fund

Production Major Sponsor: Mary Ranken Jordan and Ettie A. Jordan Charitable Foundation