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“Death of a Salesman” in Trump-World, at Ubuntu Theater Project, Oakland

“Death of a Salesman” in Trump-World, at Ubuntu Theater Project, Oakland

Millennial Notes Arthur Miller LIVES in Multi-Cultural America by Geordie Milne Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” (1949) exposes the cruelty of the American Dream. Given the rise of Donald Trump, the Ubuntu Theater Project’s production of  Miller’s classic American tragedy “Death of a Salesman,” about the decline and fall of a big-talking, small-time salesman is timely indeed. Willie Loman (Julian Lopez-Morillas), an aging travelling salesman with a New York firm, expresses all the bluff and bluster of a Trump….

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Geordie Milne

Geordie Milne

Geordie Milne is a 3rd year international student at UC Berkeley in English Literature on exchange from Trinity College Dublin, the alma mater of Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde. Previous to coming to Berkeley, Geordie reviewed plays in Dublin for Trinity News.