With Philip Seymour Hoffman as the beleaguered Willy Loman, Tony Kushner favorite Linda Emond as Loman’s wife, The Social Network’s Andrew Garfield as the troubled son Biff, and Mike Nichols as director, the latest Broadway incarnation of Death of a Salesman—Arthur Miller’s classic American tragedy, in previews beginning February 13 (and running through June 2)—is likely to be one for the ages. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.