'Death of A Salesman' Marks 50th Anniversary

To mark the 50th anniversary of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, the play reopens at the Eugene O'Neill Theater in New York. Hear Miller; New York Daily News critic Douglas Watt, who saw the play on opening night 1949; Ben Brantley, current chief theater critic for The New York Times; Brian Dennehy, who plays Willy Loman in the current production; and two past Lomans: George C.Scott and Dustin Hoffman.



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