Seen on Broadway: The past is ever-present in Mike Nichols’ revival of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman. Summoned from 1949 are Jo Mielziner’s breathtaking set and Alex North’s original music (effectively conveyed via Scott Lehrer’s sound design), and I would guess that Brian MacDevitt’s handsome lighting design and Ann Roth’s spot-on costumes take their cues from that first groundbreaking production besides. You are well and truly in the presence of greatness at the Barrymore, as if you ...

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