We've grown used to the seemingly effortless ability of DANIEL MAY
to give raw, energetic performances as love-struck leading men, self-important artists and quirky comic roles, like his word-obsessed lighthouse keeper in Actor's Express' The Wooden Breeks
last spring. But he rose to a higher creative level as the tormented son Biff in Georgia Shakespeare Festival's Death of a Salesman
, persuasively demonstrating that the play is as much Biff's tragedy as his father's.