Cast & Crew
Death of a Salesman
by Arthur Miller
directed by Murray Ross
Willy Loman has spent his life following his dream, only to find himself lost, out of work and at odds with the son he most loves. Just possibly America’s greatest and most moving play.
Murray says: “We produced this play 22 years ago and it has stayed with me ever since; staging it again in our newer theater, starring the same wonderful actor (Chris Lowell) who is now the right age to play the part, is a gift from the gods. The Loman family is our family; we know them better than we know some of our relatives. We laugh with them, cry with them, and their words linger in our minds and hearts forever.”
Read more about Death of a Salesman HERE.
Death of a Salesman is generously sponsored by Ed and Mary Osborne.
SHOW DATES & TIMES | October 24 - November 10, 2013
Wednesdays - Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday matinees (November 2 & 9) at 2:00 p.m
Sundays at 4:00 p.m.
TICKETS | Reservations are strongly advised
Children under 16: $15
UCCS Students: FREE
Groups of 10 or more: $25
No children under 5 years old
LOCATION | Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater
3955 Regent Circle
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Click HERE for directions. THEATREWORKS is located on the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Campus in University Hall (near the intersection of Union and Austin Bluffs).
FIRST FRIDAY TALKBACK
Friday, October 25
The director and actors will come back out on stage after the performance to talk about the production and answer YOUR questions!
FIRST SATURDAY GALA
Saturday, October 26
Free drinks and snacks for EVERYONE to celebrate opening weekend!
Sunday, October 27 at 2:30 pm | Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater
Director Murray Ross will lead a roundtable discussion with our design team about how they approached this classic piece of American drama.
Sunday, November 10 at 2:30 pm | Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater
Death of Salesman has an illustrious design history and we are going to talk about it. Tony Award winning lighting designer Brian MacDevitt will talk about designing it on the big stage.
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Director . . . . . Murray Ross
Stage Manager . . . . . Tim Muldrew *
Set Designer . . . . . Jonathan Wentz
Costume Designer . . . . . Katherine Nowacki
Lighting Designer . . . . . Lloyd Sobel
Sound Designer . . . . . Breton Christopher
Props Master . . . . . Roy Ballard
Master Electrician . . . . . Lauren Eastlack
Assistant Stage Manager . . . . . Elise Jenkins
Willy Loman . . . . . Christopher Lowell*
Linda . . . . . Sue Bachman
Happy . . . . . Josh Sienkiewicz
Biff . . . . . Jesse Wilson
Bernard . . . . . Phillip Gallegos
The Woman . . . . . Ashley Crockett
Charley . . . . . Sol Chavez
Uncle Ben . . . . . Tom Paradise
Howard Wagner . . . . . Greg Lanning
Jenny . . . . . Amy Haines
Stanley . . . . . Steven Schubin
Miss Forsythe . . . . . Jessica Parnello
Letta . . . . . Erica Erickson
*Member of the Actor’s Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
ARTICLE from the Gazette
THEATREWORKS IS WHERE ACTORS, AUDIENCES, SCHOLARS, DIRECTORS AND DESIGNERS COME TOGETHER TO THINK ABOUT AND CREATE CLASSIC AND INNOVATIVE THEATRE.