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Play Analysis Dramaturgical Research The first review that I found was a review done by the Washington Post Lloyd Rose wrote it It was printed in the Post on February 11 1999 This review deals with the performance of Death of a Salesman directed by Robert Falls This performance was done at the Eugene ONeill Theatre In the review Rose talks about the plot of the play and how the director Robert Falls decided to focus on Biffs story as the one that drives the play Rose says Ive never seen the play done like this before and the emphasis on the sons dilemma revolutionizes it Rose fells that the play is very powerful but unstable as a play about Willy He says that Willys predicament is brought on himself Willy acts like he is such a good man but he teaches his children to lie steal and cheat to get what they want He also says that with all of Willys flashbacks the play is very hard to follow But if the emphasis of the play is on Biffs story then it is very easy to follow Rose fells that focusing the interpretation of Biffs story not only gives the play more narrative strength it gets around the productions biggest weakness which is Dennehys performance as Willy Rose felt that Dennehy didnt play the part of Willy to a whole Rose feels that Dennehy cant show the pain that Willy feels in the play Rose feels that Kevin Anderson who plays Biff carries the whole play Anderson is terrific throughout the entire play In all Rose was amazed by the play He was amazed with the way it was directed performed by certain actors and how the director interpreted the story The second review I read was a review from the USA Today paper It was written by David Patrick Stearns and printed on February 11 1999 This review deals
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