Archives - Death of a Salesman

by Arthur Miller

Directed by Hugh Croydon

Saturday 24th – Saturday 31st March 1973 in the Auditorium

This play, with its tensions and its sadness, is perhaps one of the finest plays ever to have come from America. It centres around Willy Loman, a salesman, 63 years old, living in New York, who after a lifetime with the same employer, leaves his job. We see him and his family through a series of flashbacks.

Part of the Barn’s 1972/1973 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club


Willy Loman-Eric Chorley
Linda-Irene Gill
Biff-Keith Thompson
Happy-Ray Hill
Bernard-Martin Daniels
The Woman-Marjorie Coles
Charley-Stan Stokes
Uncle Ben-David Shaw
Howard Wagner-Tim Gibson
Jenny-Sylvia Townend
Stanley-Graham Ford
Miss Forsythe-Carol Bartlett
Letta-Sylvia Pepper

Creative team

Director-Hugh Croydon
Stage Manager-Brian Moseley
Assistant Stage Manager-Shirley Shaw
Properties-Belinda Putley
Sylvia Pepper
Beryl Blatherwick
Costumes-Winifred Butler
Lighting-Brian Jolly
Chris Ivory
Mark Shaw
Sound-John Lloyd
Prompter-Peggy Thompson
Set Design-Janet Aspey
Set Construction-Brian Duffy
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Set Painting-Janet Aspey
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Box Office-Arthur E Bartholomew
House Manager-Tony Avison
Production Secretary-Pam Farlie

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