Timothy West Revives Death of a Salesman???
Date: 17 June 2004
Whatsonstage.com is glad to hear that English Touring Theatre is rolling full steam ahead again after last yearís unexpected financial crisis (See News, 19 Nov 2003). The companyís first production out of the gates is an already-planned tour of Twelfth Night. But the real excitement is what may be on the cards for 2005: a revival of Arthur Millerís 1949 Pulitzer Prize-winning classic Death of a Salesman, starring Timothy West as Willy Loman. Westís last major stage appearance was in the title role of ETTís production of King Lear, which transferred to the West Endís Old Vic last year and won him a TMA Best Actor Award (See News, 20 Jan & 20 Oct 2003).
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