Death of A Salesman (Broadway)
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Death of A Salesman (Broadway)

Death of A Salesman (Broadway) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(367 Reviews)
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Absorbing, Great acting, Masterful, Ambitious, Great writing

About the Show

A revival of Arthur Miller's classic play, told from the perspective of a Black family.

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Member Reviews (367)

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1015 Reviews | 420 Followers
Must see, Masterful, Great acting, Revelatory, Profound

See it if You want to experience one of those magic nights of theatre when EVERYTHING goes perfectly. Exquisite acting of this classic freshly seen.

Don't see it if If you’re a racist or if you just can’t sit still for three hours. Read more

891 Reviews | 259 Followers
Great writing, Riveting, Masterful, Intense, Great acting

See it if you enjoy good acting in deep drama as relevant today as when it was written. A little bit of music/singing, new staging and good lighting.

Don't see it if you do not like long, two-act plays full of conflict among family members derived from life's harshness.

655 Reviews | 129 Followers
Long, Entertaining, Absorbing, Great acting

See it if Classic story with a excellent cast.

Don't see it if long show and intense at times Read more

505 Reviews | 729 Followers
Long, Profound, Intelligent, Slow, Great acting

See it if you’ve never seen a production of this play before. It’s central to the American theatre canon and should be seen at least once.

Don't see it if you have trouble sitting through long shows or need to find characters likable. This is watching a self-centered, broken man for 3 hours.

543 Reviews | 133 Followers
Too long, Intense, Great writing, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if You like important plays & want to see a current, updated casting & meaning of the play. The cast is great, standouts are Pierce and Clarke

Don't see it if U cannot sit through 3 hour plays & discord is not what you want for evening entertainment. Andrea de Shields scared the hell out of me.

466 Reviews | 237 Followers
Profound, Intelligent, Great writing, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if A powerful & intelligent production addressing family, mental illness & dreams. Wendell Pierce gives a masterful performance.

Don't see it if If you prefer a light topic then skip this one.

520 Reviews | 107 Followers
Must see, Masterful, Great writing, Great acting

See it if You love the play and want to see a fresh new take on an old classic. They definitely made it their own

Don't see it if You are expecting it to be exactly like the original. Read more

480 Reviews | 134 Followers
Brilliant staging and directing, Brilliant acting, Original, Ambitious, Absorbing

See it if I loved every aspect of this play ! The casting is perfect as is the acting and directing ! The dialogue fit so brilliantly to the action !

Don't see it if No reason not to see this, absolutely NONE ! See it, you won’t be disappointed ! I have never seen a better production of this play !

Critic Reviews (24)

The New York Times
October 9th, 2022

"The latest Broadway revival, which opened on Sunday at the Hudson Theater, goes wider, a notably rich and mostly successful approach."
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New York Magazine / Vulture
October 9th, 2022

It is not only the casting of the striving Lomans as a Black family that makes this Salesman a departure. It is also that the director, Miranda Cromwell, has rendered much of the play as a dissonant fever dream."
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Entertainment Weekly
October 9th, 2022

"Maybe the enduring message of this production is that these themes are universal, that we all suffer the same under the yolk of The American Dream. And that, in spite of the odds, we all aspire to be great."
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October 9th, 2022

"There’s no doubt that casting a Black actor as Willy Loman (for the first time on Broadway, no less) adds a deeper dimension to this monumental role."
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The Wall Street Journal
October 9th, 2022

"Ms. Cromwell’s production is, nonetheless, emotionally wrenching as it digs fiercely into the heart of the play."
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October 9th, 2022

"The script is unchanged – and surprisingly accommodating to the fresh point of view...infusing the production with a legacy and identity all its own."
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The Washington Post
October 9th, 2022

"The mournful irony Miller built into 'Death of a Salesman' is especially potent now, when our world so often feels as if it’s hanging by a thread. "
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New York Post
October 9th, 2022

"The climactic fight all the way to the inevitable conclusion is not affectingly tragic, and there is no build to speak of. Nice songs, but not enough attention was paid to the basics."
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