Death of a Dream

"Show me the man who owes nothing to no one, and I'll show you the truly happy man" - Bill Loman.

Death of a Dream has been written as a sequel to Arthur Miller's classic play Death of a Salesman and examines the two ‘dreams’ the play evolved around – the American Dream, and Willy Loman’s personal dream. Willy’s businessman grandson, Bill, much like his grandfather is still hoping to crack the big time. Bill’s adult son Art, is a drug addict and lives at home; his stepdaughter Suzy, is a successful New York executive and his wife Carol, is financially involved in the business. They gather for Thanksgiving weekend, 2015, and struggle with the resulting catastrophic events.