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Death of a Salesman (play)

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  • A long line of heroin deaths, Baltimore to N.Y.

    A long line of heroin deaths, Baltimore to N.Y.
    If confirming evidence of the ruinous power of opiate addiction was needed, we now have the wasted life of the genius actor Philip Seymour Hoffman — George Willis Jr. in "Scent of a Woman," Phil Parma in "Magnolia," Art Howe in "Moneyball," and a superb Willy Loman in "Death of a Salesman" on Broadway less than two years ago.
  • Fine acting makes Bay Theatre production worth 'The Price' of admission

    Bay Theatre Company in Annapolis caps its 2012-2013 season with Arthur Miller's "The Price," a play that may be among the lesser-known of his works but nonetheless strikes a nerve with contemporary audiences. Miller's rarely staged, insightful play...

    On Theater: 'Rest' overcomes rough spots

    On Theater: 'Rest' overcomes rough spots
    It's hard to imagine a more depressing setting for a play than a "retirement" home in Idaho that is about to be closed down and where its inhabitants are just marking time in their waning lives while waiting for the blizzard to diminish. Yet the...

    Philip Seymour Hoffman's drug overdose death ruled an accident

    Philip Seymour Hoffman's drug overdose death ruled an accident
    Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, who was found dead in his New York apartment on Feb. 2, died of an accidental overdose of drugs, the New York City Chief Medical Examiner said on Friday. The cause of death was acute drug intoxication, including heroin,...

    Philip Seymour Hoffman: Acting cost him

    Philip Seymour Hoffman: Acting cost him
    I saw Philip Seymour Hoffman play Willy Loman on Broadway, and what I remember most is sheer exhaustion at the play's end.  A great and committed actor, he made you feel like you had lived "Death of a Salesman" with him. At the curtain call in 2012,...