Death of a Salesman, Piccadilly Theatre
It’s the play you know with added, if implicit, racial commentary. Does it work? Well if you read on I’ll tell you!
Incident at Vichy, Finborough Theatre
Arthur Miller’s ‘forgotten’ play is timely revived by Phil Willmott. Set in a detention room in 1942 Miller’s 1964 play is the story of hope, rumour and sheer disbelief that anyone can be a victim because of their race. Willmott’s decision to stage the production in an all white room seems ludricous at first but…