Sara Brown Scenic Design in Death of a Salesman & Skeleton Crew

Trinity Repertory Company

September 28-November 26, 2017
201 Washington ST.
Providence, RI

Death of a Salesman

By Arthur Miller | Directed by Brian McEleney
With Stephen Berenson as Willy Loman
September 28 – November 26, 2017

An American masterpiece

This classic tale of the perilously high cost of the American Dream explodes with poignancy and relevance. Willy Loman desperately craves success for himself and his sons, but stark reality cannot live up to his dreams. The wall of delusions he has constructed quietly crumbles around him while a devastated and demoralized man searches in vain for a hidden path to greatness. Death of a Salesman is a Pulitzer-Prize winning masterpiece that everyone should see performed live.

"By common consent, this is one of the finest dramas in the whole range of the American theater." - The New York Times

 

Skeleton Crew

By Dominique Morisseau | Directed by Tiffany Nichole Greene
With Benja Kay Thomas as Faye
September 28 – November 26, 2017
 
The contemporary American Dream

In Detroit, as the Great Recession begins, a makeshift family of four factory workers toil as their industry flirts with failure. With their future uncertain, Faye, Shanita, Dez, and foreman Reggie must decide how they will balance their own desires, their loyalty to one another, and their survival. More than a half century after Willy Loman struggled for success, this fresh, off-Broadway play shows us that the quest for the American Dream endures.

"Morrisseau has heart...Her rough-edged dialogue even has a touch of the street poet." – Variety

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