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March 16, 2017

Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller is extending through March 26, 2017, with performances on
Thu, Fri, Sat at 7:30pm; Sun at 3pm

Effective immediately, the role of Happy will be played by Zach De Nardi.

Beginning March 11, the role of Biff will be played by Nate Speckman and the role of Stanley will be played by Francis Brady.

Beginning March 19, the role of Willy will be played by Edward Kuffert.

February 1, 2017

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Contact: Michael Colucci 773-728-7529  michael@redtwist.org


Redtwist Theatre presents  
By Arthur Miller
Directed by Steve Scott

Redtwist’s uniquely intimate space fixes the microscope squarely into Willy’s soul as he fights for the dream while living a lie.

Opens Saturday, February 4, 2017, at 3pm
(also press opening)
Runs Thu, Fri, Sat at 7:30pm; Sun at 3pm through through Sun, March 5

Featuring Jeff-Award-winner and Redtwist company member Brian Parry as Willy Loman, with Redtwist Managing Director, Jan Ellen Graves as his wife, Linda.

In the post-war era of the late-40s, there was unbridled optimism and excitement. America was the most powerful and prosperous nation the world had ever seen. The American Dream was available to everyone. But wait! A 34-year old playwright had other ideas. Arthur Miller felt that the dream could become reality only in a life lived with honesty and integrity. So what happens when Willy Loman refuses to admit his mistakes and balance the books in his heart?
CAST (in alphabetical order)
Adam Bitterman (Charley, Willy’s neighbor), Abby Dillion (Miss Forsythe), Matt Edmonds (Biff, Willy’s son), Jan Ellen Graves (Linda, Willy’s wife), KC Karen Hill (Other Woman), Ted Hoerl (Ben, Willy’s brother), Benjamin Kirberger (Happy, Willy’s son), Sheila Landahl (Jenny), Devon J. Nimerfroh (Bernard, Charley’s son), Brian Parry (Willy), Sarah Sapperstein (Letta), Michael Sherwin (Howard, Willy’s boss), Nate Speckman (Stanley, a waiter


Claire Bauman (Letta), Sarah Liz Bell (Miss Forsythe), Francis Brady (Stanley), Nate Buursma (Bernard), Brad Davidson (Charley), Zach De Nardi (Happy), Darryn Glass (Ben), Peter Brian Kelly (Howard), Edward Kuffert (Willy), Sheila Landahl (Linda), Victoria Montalbano (Jenny), Nate Speckman (Biff), Courtney E. Thompson (Other Woman)

Steve Scott (Director), Alexandra Garfinkle (Assistant Director), Mary Brennan (Stage Manager), Erica M. Bush (Assistant Stage Manager), Elyse Balogh (Set Designer), Daniel Friedman (Lighting Designer), Karli Blalock (Sound Designer), Kotryna Hilko (Costume Designer), Parker Blackstone Ryan (Props Designer), Jan Ellen Graves (Graphics& Marketing), Josh Hurley (Tech Director), Catherine Miller (Dramaturg & Casting Director), Malcolm Martinez (Box Office Manager), Charles Bonilla (Box Office Associate), Johnny Garcia (Box Office Associate), Kaitlin Smrcina (Production Assistant), James Fleming & Michael Colucci (Producers)

Opens: Sat, Feb 4, 3pm (note: there is no evening show on opening day)
Showtimes: Thu, Fri, Sat, 7:30pm; Sun, 3pm
Closes: Sun, Mar 5
Running Time: Approximately 2 hours, 30 minutes, which includes one intermission
Previews: $15; Wed, Thu, Fri, Feb 1, 2, 3 at 7:30pm
Understudy performance: Tue, Feb 28, 7:30pm; $20 (seniors & students $5 off)
Regular Tickets: Thu, $30; Fri, Sat, Sun, $35 (seniors & students $5 off)


Call: 773-728-7529
Website/Tickets: www.redtwist.org

Redtwist is located at 1044 W Bryn Mawr, 2 blks W of LSD, 2 blks E of the Red Line EL station.

Valet parking for Redtwist is available across the street in front of Francesca’s Bryn Mawr for most performances—hours vary. Dining is not required.

Limited FREE street parking is available on side streets. There is metered street parking via ParkChicago.com app or 3-hour Paybox on Bryn Mawr and 2-hour Paybox on side streets. Free on Sundays, and after 10pm Mon thru Sat.

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