DEATH OF A SALESMAN by Arthur Miller
Royal & Derngate and UK Tour
Director Abigail Graham
Lighting Matt Haskins
Composer/Sound Designer Giles Thomas
Movement Jenni Jackson

Photos Manuel Harlan

**** “Georgia Lowe traps the Lomans inside a white cube, across the top of which “Land of the Free” is emblazoned in fizzing, spluttering neon.
The marital bed of Willy and his wife, Linda, resembles an oversized salesman’s valise — or a coffin.
The big refrigerator that Willy is still struggling to pay for lurks in a corner, stained, decrepit.
When Willy’s mind wanders into memory the shadows of his sons in childhood swagger across the walls.” Sam Marlowe, The Times

**** “Director Abigail Graham and her designer Georgia Lowe sweep away a lot of the naturalistic trappings of the play,
the set is a three-sided smoked glass wall, with only a double bed stage left, a hulking fridge and a table and four chairs,
presided over by a flickering sign in white strip lighting spells out, in large letters ‘Land of the free’ – words that later turn blood red.” Mark Shenton, The Stage

“Georgia Lowe's multi entrance set is ingenious and enables some fluidity to be injected into the otherwise fairly stationary nature of the play.” Broadway World