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  • The Refinery 609 Dufferin Avenue Saskatoon, SK, S7N 1C4 Canada (map)

Death of a Salesman

April 26, 2018 - May 6, 2018

Thur to Sat - 8pm; Sun 2pm

Thursday April 26 is pay-what-you-can preview. Tickets available at the door after 7pm.  And Opening Night is the 1st Friday.

Produced by

Theatre Naught

The 5th Show of the Live Five Season

Written by Arthur Miller

The company behind Les Liaisons Dangereuses and The Cherry Orchard brings you the Pulitzer-winning tale of the American Dream unrealized. In the role of crumbling patriarch Willy Loman, Bruce McKay leads a seasoned cast and crew of homegrown theatre professionals. As potent and engaging as it was sixty years ago, and a classic drama whose relevance has returned to the fore.

AfterPlay audience discussion - after every Saturday and Sunday performance.

B4Play podcast - join us before the preview performance at 7:15 to listen to an informal chat with an outside expert on a subject pertaining to the show.

Theatre Naught's guiding principle is to produce plays from the world's classical canon so that artists and audiences alike can have access to the richness and complexity of the most revered works created for the stage. A truly collaborative entity, Theatre Naught chooses plays that feature large casts while striving for gender parity, and creates opportunities for both established and emerging artists.

Ticket Information

Single Tickets: general $25.00 / students, seniors, artists $21.00

Preview night: April 26th. Pay-What-You-Can at the door or reserve at regular prices.  Only half the tickets are available for reservation so there are always tickets available at the door on preview.  Box Office opens at 7pm.

LIVE FIVE SPECIAL 1st Sunday Matinee:  buy your 2nd ticket for $15.

Purchase tickets on-line or by calling our box office at 306-653-5191.

Tickets purchased online will not be mailed or emailed.  They will be waiting for you at the box office for pick up before the show.

Earlier Event: April 20
Sugar Road
Later Event: April 30
Métis Cultural Development Fund