The contemporary American Dream
In Detroit, as the Great Recession begins, a makeshift family of four factory workers toil as their industry flirts with failure. With their future uncertain, Faye, Shanita, Dez, and foreman Reggie must decide how they will balance their own desires, their loyalty to one another, and their survival. More than a half century after Willy Loman struggled for success, this fresh, off-Broadway play shows us that the quest for the American Dream endures.
This show is performed as part of the fall rep, The American Dream, Then and Now. For more information about Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, performed in repertory with Skeleton Crew, click here.
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*Please note that a strobe light is used in this production.