Paul Flynn directs, on the 20th anniversary of the previous production by Square One. Written by American playwright Arthur Miller. It is widely considered to be one of the greatest plays of the 20th century having won The Pulitzer Prize and various Tony Awards. Equally relevant today, it concerns Willy Loman's sensitivity to domestic and internal conflicts and pressures. He struggles to maintain his job, at the end of his career, because of his inability to contend with change and the demands of "different ways of doing things". Haunted by an unfaithful affair in the past, compounds his despair. A must see, early booking is advisable.