The Hudson Theatre opened on October 19, 1903, under the management of producer Henry B. Harris. One of its most notable productions was Lillian Hellman’s Toys in the Attic. Currently, the Hudson Theatre stands as a New York City landmark housed within the Millennium Broadway Hotel. It re-opened as a Broadway space in February 2017 under the ownership of The Ambassador Theatre Group.
Olivier Award nominee Wendell Pierce and 2022 Tony® nominee Sharon D Clarke reprise their roles as Willy and Linda Loman in a revival-told for the first time on Broadway-from the perspective of an African American family. A new cast of supporting actors join the production in New York, led by Tony® winner André De Shields and Khris Davis. This powerful interpretation of Miller’s classic drama illuminates the dark underbelly of the American Dream and its elusive promise of equality and opportunity for all.
One man and his family are caught up in the pressures and delusions of living the American Dream. Miller's play is the story of a traveling salesman whose illusions of picture-perfect business and family life cave in on him.
|Feb 1, 2017 -||The Ambassador Theatre Group|