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See it if A Great American classic. The broken Loman family, of failed dreams, brilliantly & emotionally fall apart.
Don't see it if Classics are not your choice of theatre.
See it if You want to see a fresh, very human dramatic version of the classic play
Don't see it if You get bored watching people drama
See it if Brilliant acting from Sharon D Clarke and Wendell Pierce in this Great American classic by Arthur Miller.
Don't see it if You get bored from plays that are a ‘slow burner’
See it if You enjoy a clever and emotive play. Very well acted and staged.
Don't see it if You prefer jazzy things like musicals or dancing.
Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell’s meticulous production holds you mesmerised for over three hours, and the ending is devastating.
And by making him the head of an African-American family, the co-directors Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell add a poignant twist.
It's just an all-out brilliant production; one of the very best I've ever seen of this forever-brilliant play.
Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke remaining on board; they’re on incredible form as a married couple whose wistful reveries rarely deliver their promise.
The Son is a dark journey, but one that’s very much worth the commitment, not least for the magnificent performance of Laurie Kynaston.
Marianne Elliott and Miranda Cromwell’s take on Death of a Salesman captures the greatness of Arthur Miller’s play, and at the same time turns it into something that feels astonishingly new.
Galvanising reinvention of Arthur Miller's classic...Wendell Pierce confirms a performance as exciting as any this theatrical year.