Death of a Salesman
  • Post published:May 2, 2015
Nashville Repertory Theatre
Directed by Rene Copeland
Role: Willy Loman

“Arnold’s potent performance adds to his heavyweight resume, his Willy [Loman] evoking and inducing pain with almost every phrase.”

Martin Brady
Nashville Scene

“Nashville stage veteran Chip Arnold has brought many powerful performances to roles with several companies. Known for his unforgettable roles, this current one is perhaps his most notable achievement of talent to date. His delivery of Willy Loman is emotionally gripping and believable to the point that audience members feel the torment happening inside Loman’s mind.”

Chad Young
Nashville Parent Magazine

“Arnold, stoop-shouldered and forlorn, is in the very depths of the human condition at one moment and then will soar in a way that will take your breath away. His Willy Loman is so believable, so on-the-mark that you might find yourself blanching at times, but make no mistake about it, he is as real as any man who ever walked this earth.”

Jeffrey Ellis
Broadway World
Chip Arnold as Willy Loman
Rona Carter as Linda Loman and Chip Arnold as Willy Loman