Death of Salesman Response

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Kristie Woo Professor Todd Salovey TDGE 1: Introduction to Theatre (A02) 31 January 2011 Death of a Salesman: Analyzing Willy Loman and Linda Jeffrey Demunn, who plays main character Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman, had me believing throughout the entire play that he really was stuck in his own world, detached and depressed. I felt that Mr. Demunn really exemplified in-the-moment acting and physical expressiveness. When Willy Loman’s character was constantly changing his mind and mood, Mr. Demunn was able to pin point those emotions with his tone of voice as well as volume. For example, when Willy was let go by his boss instead of receiving a salary (what he had set out to do), Mr. Demunn raised the stakes with his tone and voice, and shouted so loudly that half the audience was cringing with terror. It was the kind of shouting I normally identified with when I got into fights with my brother and was simmering in anger to the point of shouting at the top of my lungs to get my point across. It amazed me how Mr. Demunn could argue so harshly with
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