BOOK TICKETS

After a triumphant Melbourne season, Emmy®, Golden Globe® and Tony Award®-winner Anthony LaPaglia takes to the Sydney stage for the first time, in a play hailed as one of the greatest of the 20th century – Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman in the critically acclaimed production directed by Australia's pre-eminent director Neil Armfield.

Lauded for his critically acclaimed performance in A View from the Bridge on Broadway, Anthony LaPaglia returns to the world of Arthur Miller as Willy Loman, joined by a company of some of Australia’s finest actors in one of the most profound and moving works on the pursuit of success and the post-war American Dream.

Experience this timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece that has captivated audiences for generations in this once-in-a-lifetime theatrical event.

LaPaglia will be joined by a stellar Australian cast, including Alison Whyte reprising the role of Linda Loman, the complex and devoted wife of the failing salesman and Josh Helman as Biff, Willy’s troubled son – the golden boy who has descended into self-doubt and despair. Also reprising their roles will be Tom Stokes as Bernard and Grant Piro as Stanley. Further casting announcements will be made in the lead-up to the Sydney season.

½
The 20th century’s ‘BEST PLAY’ is tragically relevant
The Age
Outstanding.
Limelight
Anthony LaPaglia leads an electric, devastating tragedy.
The Guardian

Event and ticketing details

Event notes

AGE RECOMMENDATION

Recommended for ages 15+.

 

DURATION

Death of a Salesman runs for approximately three hours, including a 20-minute interval.

 

ACCESSIBILITY BOOKINGS

Wheelchair & Companion Card

Select this option if you wish to purchase one wheelchair space and one seat for a registered Companion Card holder. This option will allow you to purchase two tickets together. Please ensure a Companion Card can be presented upon arrival at the Venue.

Wheelchair Only

Select this option if you wish to purchase only one wheelchair space.

Wheelchair & Paid Companion

Select this option if you wish to purchase one wheelchair space and one seat for a paying companion. This option will allow you to purchase two tickets together.

Should you need further assistance with your accessibility booking please contact us and we will gladly assist.

 

GROUP BOOKINGS

Group booking discounts are available for certain performances of Death of a Salesman. Varying discounts are available for Groups and Concessions Groups.

Standard groups of 8-20 can be purchased online for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday performances from 27 May.

Concession* groups of 8-20 can be purchased online for $99^ tickets on Tuesday and Wednesday performances from 27 May.

For secondary schools, please contact us here.

For groups over 20+, if you have any further Group booking queries, or to reserve your tickets whilst you finalise numbers, please contact us and we will gladly assist.

* Concessions are available to holders of a (government issued) Australian Seniors Card, Pensioner Concession Card (excluding Health Card Cards), Veterans Affairs Card, Carers or Companion Card or Current Full Time Student Card. Patrons will need to present their concession cards as required at the Venue.

^ A $9.25 fee applies to all bookings.

 

PERFORMER NOTICE

The producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist at any performance. No refunds or exchanges will be offered as a result of an artist’s unavailability to perform at any performance.

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