Plot:  The story revolves around the last days of Willy Loman, a  failing salesman, who cannot understand how he failed to win  success and happiness. Through a series of tragic soul-searching  revelations of the life he has lived with his wife, his sons, and his  business associates, we discover how his quest for the “American  Dream” kept him blind to the people who truly loved him. A thrilling  work of deep and revealing beauty that remains one of the most  profound classic dramas of the American theatre.
Cast

Willy Loman …………………………………….. Keith Arlington
Linda Loman………………………………….. Kate Huddleston
Biff Loman……………………………………………. Jesse Orton
Happy Loman…………………………………………Patrick Kelly
Bernard………………………………………….. Austin Arlington
Charley………………………………………………………….Bill Lee
Ben……………………………………….. William Edward White
Howard………………………………………………John Krenrich
Stanley……………………………………………….. Frank Natera
The Woman……………………….Colleen Creeden-Baldwin
Jenny……………………………………………. Colleen Deitrich
Miss Forsythe…………… Sarah Sarah Anson Rauscher
Letta……………………………………………….Breona Courcy

Crew

Director ……………………………………………Kasey McHale
SM/AD……………………………………………………….Jim Uva

“Any community theater company willing to take on the emotional expanse of this play should be congratulated and encouraged, and I, for one, do so wholeheartedly……should be required viewing of anyone 16 years or older.”
Tony Curulla, Syracuse.com
“community theater” when describing CNY Playhouse productions……CNY Playhouse’s impressive production of Death of a Salesman will put you through the emotional wringer, just as Arthur Miller had intended when he penned this masterpiece some 65 years ago. I’d gladly return to Shoppingtown Mall to catch another performance”
David Abrams, CNY Cafemomus.com
“Arthur Miller’s “Death of Salesman” is not for the faint-hearted. ……First-time director Kasey McHale has assembled a capable cast”
-Russ Tarby, Eagle Bulletin
“running through March 22, is well thought out, runs smoothly at a crisp pace, and includes several bracing scenes with an assortment of well-cast supporting players.Death of a Salesman, usually ranked as the No. 1 American stage tragedy, is a tough place to start for first-time director Kasey McHale. But it’s a tragedy that can leave her
smiling.”
-James Mackillop, Syracuse Newtimes