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A once-in-a-lifetime theatrical event starring Anthony LaPaglia. Playing for a strictly limited season.
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About Death of a Salesman

Emmy®, Golden Globe® and Tony Award®-winner Anthony LaPaglia takes to the Australian stage, in a play hailed as one of the greatest of the 20th century – Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman.

Directed by the acclaimed Neil Armfield (Cloudstreet, The Diary of a Madman, Exit the King), this blockbuster new production comes to Theatre Royal Sydney for a strictly limited season from March 2024.

Lauded for his critically acclaimed performance in A View from the Bridge on Broadway, Anthony LaPaglia returns to the world of Arthur Miller as Willy Loman, joined by a company of some of Australia’s finest actors including Alison Whyte, reprising the role of Linda Loman, the complex and devoted wife of the failing salesman and Josh Helman as Biff, Willy’s troubled son – the golden boy who has descended into self-doubt and despair. Also reprising their roles will be Tom Stokes as Bernard and Grant Piro as Stanley. Further casting announcements will be made in the lead-up to the Sydney season.

Experience this timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece that has captivated audiences for generations in this once-in-a-lifetime theatrical event.

Presented by GWB Entertainment and Andrew Henry Presents

Photography: Original Australian company

Run time

3hrs (incl. interval)

Start date

May 17th, 2024

Categories

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Age

Recommended Age: 15yrs+

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Venue

Theatre Royal Sydney

108 King Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 2000

Accessibility

There are designated accessible bathrooms on Level 5 and 7, whilst our level access and wheelchair user seating is located in the Circle on Level 7. We recommend this seating to all patrons who may struggle with stairs or use mobility aids.

Directions

GETTING TO THE VENUE Located at 108 King Street, Sydney beneath 25 Martin Place. The foyer, box office and cloakroom is best accessed via the main doors on 108 King Street.

BY TRAIN: The venue is a three minute walk from Martin Place and St James station, and a ten minute walk from Wynyard and Town Hall stations. The T4 line is the only one that stops at Martin Place and it runs between Bondi Junction and Central station.

BY BUS: Numerous buses stop outside Martin Place station, which is a short walk from the venue, including the 428 which runs between Canterbury station and the CBD, the 392 which runs between Little Bay and Circular Quay and the 170X which runs between Manly and Wynyard.

BY TAXI: Taxis are easily available within the Martin Place locality, with the nearest Secure Taxi Rank located on Pitt Street. This is located at the entry to The Fullerton Hotel and is secured and supervised full-time by attendants and security guards.

Frequently asked questions

What is the running time of Death of a Salesman?

Death of a Salesman runs for 3hrs (incl. interval).

Which theatre is Death of a Salesman at?

Death of a Salesman is at Sydney's Theatre Royal Sydney.

How much are tickets for Death of a Salesman?

Death of a Salesman tickets start at $74.

What is the age recommendation for Death of a Salesman?

Recommended Age: 15yrs+

How do you get tickets for Death of a Salesman?

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