Some actors dedicate their performance to their spouses, their children or to a dearly departed. Charles S. Dutton dedicated his performance as Willy Loman in Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” at New Haven’s Yale Repertory Theatre to a librarian.
But not just any librarian. Pam Jordan has headed the Yale School of Drama library for decades and was there when Dutton was at the school as a young actor 25 years ago. Dutton cites her “42 years of devoted service to Yale.”
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