Arthur Miller

Death of a Salesman


Willy Loman
András Hatházi
Emőke Kató
Ferenc Sinkó
Balázs Bodolai
András Buzási
The woman
Csilla Albert
Attila Orbán
Lóránd Váta
Gábor Viola
Alpár Fogarasi
Miss Forsythe
Tünde Skovrán

directed by
Tom Dugdale
Eszter Biró
scenic and video design
Ian Wallace
costume design
Eszter György
stage manager
Eszter György

Date of the opening: May 10, 2011
Studio performance
Date of opening: 10 May 2011
Duration: 2 hours without intermission

Prohibited under the age of 15!

When my brother, sister, and I were young, my father bought a video camera. He taped us all as we grew up. A few years ago, he gathered all the tapes into a single collection. It is both good and bad that he did this. Good because it is a wonderful family record. But bad because these tapes can be very embarrassing. You watch them and you think, “God, did I really wear THAT striped shirt with THOSE yellow shorts? I NEVER cut my hair that way!” Yet you cannot deny these unfortunate things--you’re seeing them right there on the TV, after all. So the real question becomes, “What do these things mean?” Then, and now. A striped shirt, yellow  shorts, and a haircut that looks like a dead animal: a dollar for any man who can connect those dots.
This is a gathering of a man’s family, and his stuff, and the people he knows. Welcome to the party.

Tom Dugdale