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'Death of a Salesman' to offer Broadway rush tickets on TodayTix

The show begins performances September 17.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

Attention must be paid! The latest revival of Death of a Salesman, starring Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke, will offer rush tickets for its Broadway run this fall. Arthur Miller's play runs from September 17 to January 15, with an opening night on October 9, at the Hudson Theatre.

Beginning the morning of the first performance, a limited number of $35 rush tickets will be available each day on the TodayTix app. Users can download the app and "unlock" the rush program by posting about it on social media. Users can purchase one or two tickets beginning at 9 a.m. each day on a first-come, first-served basis, and can set an alert to be notified when the rush opens each morning.

Death of a Salesman is a drama that sees Willy Loman, the title salesman, nearing the end of his life. He's spent years keeping himself afloat with false, idealized memories of his past, and he slowly realizes that it's too late to accomplish his goals and make his ideal life a reality. Miller's celebrated play has been on Broadway five times before, but this revival, with Pierce as Willy and Clarke as his wife, Linda, is the first to feature a Black cast as the Lomans.

Learn more about the history of Death of a Salesman on Broadway and why to see this production.

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