The New Commons Project at the University of Maine at Farmington is delighted to announce the cast and crew of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, which will be performed in the Emery Arts Center on the UMF campus from December 9-12.
The show is directed by Linda Britt, an award-winning playwright who is a veteran director at Community Little Theatre in Auburn, and who led multiple productions with Out of the Box Theater that received Moss Hart Memorial Awards from the New England Theatre Conference.
The cast, comprised of community members as well as faculty, staff, students, and alumni, is headed by Mark Hazard as Willy Loman and Cheryl Reynolds as Linda Loman, who last played these roles in 2010 with Out of the Box. The other cast members are Jeff Thomson (Biff), Gavin Pickering (Happy), Henry Wanat (Bernard), Tim Davis (Charley), Stan Spilecki (Ben), Joel Johnson (Howard), Laura Church (The Woman), Grayson Koelbl (Stanley), Anna Heneise (Miss Forsythe), and Katie O’Donnell (Jenny/Letta).
The stage manager is Matty Bernard. Stan Spilecki is the scenic and lighting designer, and Joel Johnson is the sound designer. Other production team members include Amy Neswald (hair and make-up) and Jayne Decker (stage combat), along with costumers Susan Brown and Laura Church.
Because the play is sponsored by The New Commons Project, admission to the performances is free, but reservations are required, and Covid protocols must be followed. To reserve a seat, please visit: https://forms.gle/DrT4EHUnLdqjDAjb8