Charles Siebert as Willy Loman

Charles has had a 55-year acting and directing career on and off Broadway, and with many regional theatres around America. He was a charter member of the ACT and has appeared with many of the nation’s leading regional theatres including the American Shakespeare Festival, the New York Public Theatre, and the Guthrie in Minneapolis. Broadway appearances include Jimmy Shine with Dustin Hoffman, Neil Simon’s The Gingerbread Lady, David Rabe’s Sticks and Bones, The Changing Room, Colette, and the first Broadway revival of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Best known to television audiences as Dr. Stanley Riverside on “Trapper John, MD,” he was also a regular on “Mancuso, FBI” and “One Day at a Time.” Feature films include “And Justice for All” with Al Pacino, “Coma” with Michael Douglas, and “All Night Long” with Gene Hackman. He has directed episodic TV series including “Xena, Warrior Princess,” “Hercules, The Amazing Adventures,” “Renegade,” “Silk Stalkings,” “Trapper John, MD,” and “Knots Landing.” Previously, 6th Street audiences have seen him as Big Daddy in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Mark Rothko in RED, and twice as Scrooge in A Christmas Carol.

Sheila Lichirie as Linda Loman

Sheila has been active in Sonoma County theatre for some years and has appeared at The Raven, Roustabout, Sonoma Arts and 6th Street. Favorite recent roles include: Amelia Tilford (The Children’s Hour), Gabrielle York (When the Rain Stops Falling), Polly (Other Desert Cities) and Mary (Sister Cities). She is beyond thrilled to be portraying the iconic role of Linda and, as always, thanks her husband and sons for making all of this possible.

Edward McCloud as Biff Loman

Edward has worked with many Bay Area theaters including Napa Valley Conservatory, Ross Valley Players, and The Shotgun Players. Favorite roles of his include R.P. McMurphy in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Sharky in The Seafarer, Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire, and Austin in True West for which he earned a BATCC nomination. Most recently at 6th Street Edward played Jack London in The House That Jack Built and appeared in Stage Kiss

Ariel Zuckerman as Happy Loman

Ariel is thrilled to be making his 6th Street Playhouse debut with such a stellar cast and awesome production team. Favorite past productions include Leontes in The Winters Tale (Worcester Shakespeare Co.) and Berowne in Loves Labour's Lost (Wellesley Players). Ariel is eternally grateful to his wife, Gillian, for her love and support on this crazy ride. Enjoy the show!

Alan Kaplan as Charley

Alan has been involved in theatre for as long as he can remember. He worked with Paul Sills in Chicago (Founder of Second City) doing Story Theatre. He moved to Santa Rosa in 1996 and has worked exclusively in the North Bay. He was last seen in Visiting Mr. Green here at 6th Street, for which he won a Marquee Theatre Award for best performance in a drama. He is excited to be working with the wonderful cast of Death of a Salesman and will be seen next at Shakespeare in the Cannery in Shakespeare in Love.

Kevin Kieta as Bernard

Kevin has performed at Sonoma State University, Santa Rosa's Summer Repertory Theatre, the stages of the SRJC, & Monte Rio's Curtain Call Theatre. He’s regularly portrayed Jack Benny with Sonoma's Silver Moon Theatre. He’s performed Horror in Oakland and Shakespeare across the North Bay. He lends his voice to Animations and he appears on movie screens, TV screens, telephone screens and Visiting Mr Greens.

James Sanders as Howard Wagner/Stanley

James is performing in his third production with 6th Street, after last being seen in FairyWorlds! and in the role of Frank/Franz in the staged reading of Appropriate. He has also appeared in the Santa Rosa Junior College production of How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents, playing the parts of President Kennedy and the Doctor. James is also a professional musician of 30 years, having written, recorded and performed with many bands.

Brandy Noveh as The Woman

Brandy returns to 6th Street after having performed in White Christmas. Originally from New Orleans, Brandy is a classically trained soprano with a rebellious streak. Last summer she was seen as Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes at the Raven. Favorite roles include: Lily in The Secret Garden, Josephine in H.M.S. Pinafore, and Monica in Menotti’s opera, The Medium. After a long overdue absence from theater to focus on family and career, she is elated to see what this next chapter of life has in store.

Julia Sakren as Miss Forsythe/Jenny

Julia is proud to be a part of 6th Street Playhouse’s Death of a Salesman. Her previous credits include a stage reading at 6th street Playhouse of Appropriate as River, productions from Southwest Shakespeare Company’s Antony and Cleopatra as Cleopatra’s lady in waiting, and A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Don Bluth as Peasblossum. Her training includes character mask classes with Jared Sakren, Scottsdale Community College Acting Conservatory and current training at 6th Street Playhouse.

Andrea Heller as Letta

Andrea is making her debut performance at 6th Street Playhouse with this production of Death of a Salesman. Previously, she performed in Pegasus Theater’s Short Play Festival on the Russian River. She has taken classes at 6th Street and is elated to be a part of this production.

Dwayne Stincelli as Uncle Ben

Dwayne was one of the founders of the 6th Street Playhouse, having acted and directed with both Actors Theater and Santa Rosa Players before they joined together in 2005. Since then, he has appeared in 20 productions here, as well as working with Spreckels, Cinnabar, Cloverdale, Novato and Main Stage West Theater Companies. Favorite roles include Capt. Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, Buffalo Bill in Annie Get Your Gun and Cliff in 1940's Radio Hour (both nominated for Bay Area Awards), Lazar Wolf in Fiddler on the Roof, George in La Cage aux Folles, Mr. Laurence in Little Women, the Musical and, most recently, Father Dewis in Buried Child.