Wendell Pierce on African American Art and the Human Spirit

A new production in London’s West End offers a fresh interpretation of Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman": at the suggestion of Miller’s daughter Rebecca, the central Loman family is African American. Actor Wendell Pierce plays patriarch Willy Loman, and he joins Christiane to discuss his role and the significance of African American art.
Aired: 11/8/2019 | 0:02:53
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