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Behind the Scenes: Dramaworks’ Death of a Salesman

Palm Beach Dramaworks is embracing the seemingly contradictory challenges of instilling new vigor, imagination and freshness without violating an experienced audience’s recollections of past productions in Death of a Salesman. In this feature, we interview director J. Barry Lewis about the thinking behind this revival.

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Report From New York: Race Expands Death of a Salesman

The newest edition of Death of a Salesman emanates an unique vibe, not simply because the Loman family is African-American. Racial overtones inarguably add an extra topspin on the socio-economic setting in which a black family is struggling to stay afloat in 1949, but the challenges Miller poses are underscored as tragically universally transcending race.

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