Upcoming Broadway Revival of Death of a Salesman Announces Additional Cast | Playbill

Broadway News Upcoming Broadway Revival of Death of a Salesman Announces Additional Cast

Sharon D. Clarke and Wendell Pierce will reprise their Olivier-nominated roles of Linda and Willy Loman, respectively.

Wendell Pierce and Sharon D. Clarke in Death of a Salesman Brinkhoff Moegenburg

The upcoming Broadway transfer of the 2019 West End production of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman has announced additional cast who will appear alongside the previously announced Sharon D. Clarke and Wendell Pierce, set to reprise their Olivier-nominated roles of Linda and Willy Loman, respectively. 

The show will open October 9 at the Hudson Theatre for a limited 17-week engagement, with previews beginning September 19.

Newly announced cast members are Blake DeLong as Howard/Stanley, Lynn Hawley as The Woman/Jenny, Grace Porter as Letta/Jazz Singer, Kevin Ramessar as Musician, Stephen Stocking as Bernard, Chelsea Lee Williams as Miss Forsythe, and Delaney Williams as Charley.

Alongside the Tony-nominated Caroline, Or Change performer Clark and Pierce, previously announced cast members include Hadestown Tony winner André De Shields as Ben, Khris Davis as Biff, and McKinley Belcher III as Happy Loman. Additional casting will be announced at a later date.

Miranda Cromwell directs with a creative team that includes Olivier winner and Tony-nominated scenic and co-costume designer Anna Fleischle, co-costume designer Sarita Fellows, Tony-nominated lighting designer Jen Schriever, Tony-nominated sound designer Mikaal Sulaiman, composer Femi Temowo, hair designer Nikiya Mathis, and music coordinator John Miller.

Upon its 1949 Broadway premiere in 1949, the show took home six Tony Awards, including Best Play and Best Author of a Play. Miller's show has bene revived on Broadway four times since, last seen on the Main Stem in a 2012 revival starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Linda Emond, Andrew Garfield, Finn Wittrock, and John Glover.


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