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Broadway classic ‘Death of a Salesman’ reimagined through the lens of a Black family

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Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman,” first performed in 1949, is back on Broadway and for the first time, the Lomans are played by Black actors. NBC News’ Joe Fryer sat down with two performers from the reimagined play, Andre De Shields and Kris Davis to talk about the significance of telling the story through the lens of a Black family.