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ANTHONY LAPAGLIA stars in: Death of a Salesman

Thursday 15 - Thursday 29 AUGUST

Emmy, Golden Globe and Tony Award-winner ANTHONY LAPAGLIA stars in the critically acclaimed smash hit production of Death of a Salesman arriving in Perth for 17 performances only from 15 August 2024.  

Hailed as one of the greatest plays of the 20th century - Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman is directed by the acclaimed Neil Armfield (Cloudstreet, The Secret River, The Diary of a Madman, Exit the King). 

Lauded for his critically acclaimed performance in A View from the Bridge on Broadway, ANTHONY LAPAGLIA returns to the world of Arthur Miller as Willy Loman, joined by a company of some of Australia’s finest actors including Helpmann Award and Silver Logie winner ALISON WHYTE (Faith Healer, The Dressmaker, Frontline).  JOSH HELMAN (Mad Max – Fury Road, X-Men), and BEN O’TOOLE (Hacksaw Ridge) deliver break-out stage performances as Biff and Happy Loman. Death of a Salesman is simply one of the most profound and moving works on the pursuit of success and the post-war American Dream. 

Experience this timeless Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece that has captivated audiences for generations in this once-in-a-lifetime theatrical event. 

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Event Details

Running Times

15 August - 29 August

Running times

Doors open 30 minutes before the show commences.
Show runs for 3 hours and includes a 20-minute interval. 

1pm & 7.30pm
Thursday & Friday
2pm & 7.30pm
1pm & 6.30pm

Running times are approximate and subject to change.


Ticket Pricing

Preview Performances (15 & 16 August only)
$79.00 - $99.00

Tuesday 7pm, Wednesday 1pm & 7.30pm, Thursday 7.30pm
$69.00 - $139.00

Friday 7.30pm, Saturday 2pm & Sunday 1pm
 $79.00 - $189.00

Saturday 7.30pm
$99.00 - $209.00

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Transaction and handling fees may apply. Pricing is a general guide only. Prices are subject to change without notice and can vary between performances. Please visit Ticketmaster for current price offerings prior to purchase.



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General Information

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Conditions of Entry

Conditions of Entry apply to all ticket holders and guests attending events at Crown Theatre. It is a condition of each ticket that at the time of attending Crown Perth for the event, each ticket holder must comply with the Western Australian Government’s directions and public health orders and Crown’s policies and procedures applicable at the time of entry. Unless otherwise required by law, refunds for tickets will not be provided as a result of changes to condition of entry.

You can find the full Crown Theatre Conditions of Entry here.

Production Warning

This production addresses themes of suicide and contains elements such as the use of haze and e-cigarettes.

Age Recommendation

Death of a Salesman is recommended for ages 15 years and up. 

All persons aged 16 or under must be accompanied and seated alongside an adult from the same ticket transaction

Performer notice

The producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist at any performance. No refunds or exchanges will be offered as a result of an artist’s unavailability to perform at any performance.

How long is the performance?

Death of a Salesman runs for approximately 3 hours and includes a 20 minute interval. 

Is there a lockout policy for this performance?

Yes, we recommend being seated before the time on your ticket as latecomers may not be admitted until interval or may be seated in alternate locations to avoid disruption.

What does restricted view mean?

You may be unable to see the entire performance from the specified seat. Some elements of the production may be obstructed due to the position of the seat on the extreme sides of the auditorium.

Where can I find accessibility information?

Wheelchair and attendant seating can be purchased online via Ticketmaster, wheelchair suitable areas are indicated on the interactive map with the use of the wheelchair symbol.

Patrons that require companion card or have other accessible requirements can follow the steps here. Companion cards tickets are only available for collection from the box office and will be issued upon presentation of the valid companion card. Companion cards must be identified at time of purchase and cannot be applied retrospectively.

Patrons may also purchase accessible seating in person at the Crown Box Office, which is open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.