The Bay Street Theater and Sag Harbor Center for the Arts' Literature Live! production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman begins public performances November 9.
Free school group performances of the production, directed by Joe Minutillo, began November 6. The limited engagement continues through November 25.
The cast of the American tragedy is comprised of David Manis as Willy Loman, Carolyn Popp as Linda, Rob DiSario as Biff, Scott T. Hinson as Happy, Willy Cappuccio as Bernard/Stanley, Keith Cornelius as Ben/Howard, Chloë Dirksen as The Woman, Rachel Feldman as Jenny/Letta, Tina Jones as Miss Forsythe, and Neal Mayer Charley.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning Death of a Salesman is set in the late 1940s and follows failing salesman Willy Loman and his family as they face a harsh reality. Miller explores themes surrounding the uncertainty of the American Dream and the struggles that families face in the wake of a changing economy.
The production also features original music by Michael Holland, set, projection, and sound design by Mike Billings, lighting, projection, and sound design by Dalton Hamilton, costume design by Melanie Clifton Harvey, and props design by Andrew Diaz. The production stage manager is Denise Yaney, and Kelsy Durkin is the assistant stage manager.
Literature Live! is presented to the general public but also for school groups who attend performances for free.
Tickets are available online at BayStreet.org or by calling the box office at (631) 725-9500.