Due to overwhelming demand, additional tickets for the Sydney run of the timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning play Death of a Salesman are set to be released this week. The acclaimed Arthur Miller classic is showing at the Theatre Royal Sydney.

Scheduled for a brief five and half week stint in Sydney, this highly anticipated and strictly limited production of Death of a Salesman will commence performances from Sunday, May 17th. New tickets will become available for priority customers starting at 10 am on Monday, February 12th, with general public sales launching at 10 am on Friday, February 16th via this website

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Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Award winner Anthony LaPaglia will reprise his role as Willy Loman, a character emblematic of the 20th century, in this iconic play. The production will be helmed by renowned stage and screen director Neil Armfield, known for his work on Cloudstreet, The Diary of a Madman and Exit the King.

LaPaglia’s triumphant debut in the Melbourne 2023 season of Death of a Salesman garnered rave reviews and standing ovations, following his Tony Award-winning performance in A View from the Bridge on Broadway. Now, LaPaglia takes centre stage in Sydney, promising an unforgettable experience for Australian theatregoers.

Neil Armfield, known for his ability to breathe life into powerful narratives, will guide the cast through Miller’s profound exploration of the pursuit of success and the post-war American Dream. Armfield’s illustrious credits include landmark productions such as Cloudstreet, The Secret River and The Diary of a Madman, captivating audiences worldwide.

Joining LaPaglia and Armfield is a stellar ensemble of Australia’s finest actors, including Alison Whyte reprising her acclaimed role as Linda Loman and Josh Helman returning as Biff Loman. Further casting announcements will be made as the Sydney season approaches.

Death of a Salesman, a gripping and emotional exploration of the American Dream and its consequences, has resonated with audiences for generations. With its profound themes and timeless relevance, Miller’s masterpiece continues to thrill audiences with its deep insights into the human psyche and its brilliant portrayal of our vulnerability, hope and despair. This celebrated production offers theatregoers an unparalleled opportunity to witness the power of live theatre in a transformative experience.