KC Repertory "Death of a Salesman" review by Meredith Shea
A gripping story of the American dream gone wrong comes alive in
Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” at the Kansas City Repertory
Willy Loman has spent his whole life attempting to work his way up
the sales ladder in order to raise a family and own a house, but nothing
seems to make him happy. Now in his sixties, medical issues are
getting the best of him. He battles with constant hallucinations,
attempted suicides and his two disastrous sons, Biff and Happy.