All My Sons
Two years after the end of conflict, Successful businessman Joe Keller must reckon with things he did to survive during World War Two, whilst he and his family come to terms with the loss of a son.
All My Sons is one of the true landmark plays of the 20th Century. It has stood the test of time going from a state of the nation play on its premiere to dangerously relevant allegory today.
Director Sean Turner returns to Miller’s work having discovered and directed the world premiere of his first play in 2015. No Villian opened at the Old Red Lion before reviving critical acclaim and transferring to the West End
In this startling new production, one of Miller’s greatest theatrical accomplishments will grip audiences again, 75 years after it first left an auditorium stunned.
“An original play of superior quality by a playwright who knows his craft and has unusual understanding of the tangled loyalties of human beings.” – New York Times on the original Broadway production.
“With this thrilling discovery, Sean Turner has done a great service to Miller studies, but also to audiences in search of gripping and intelligent drama.” – The Guardian on No Villian.
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