ANDREW MILLER is honored to return to Pittsburgh Public Theater. He most recently played Valentine in Twelfth Night, directed by Ted Pappas. Local credits include: Matvey in Kinetic Theatre Company’s Three Days in the Country, Jekyll/Hyde in Prime Stage Theatre’s Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Romeo in Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ Romeo and Juliet. He has performed in London and across the . He studied acting and directing at the University of Pittsburgh, and classical acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
Willy’s strange obsession with the condition of Linda’s stockings foreshadows his later flashback to Biff’s discovery of him and The Woman in their Boston hotel room. The teenage Biff accuses Willy of giving away Linda’s stockings to The Woman. Stockings assume a metaphorical weight as the symbol of betrayal and sexual infidelity. New stockings are important for both Willy’s pride in being financially successful and thus able to provide for his family and for Willy’s ability to ease his guilt about, and suppress the memory of, his betrayal of Linda and Biff.