Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” – by arrangement with Hal Leonard Australia – is directed by Chris McLean for the Heidelberg Theatre season.
All My Sons explores the repercussions on a close-knit household after personal gain is put ahead of social duty. Some years back Joe Keller chose the prosperity of his family over the well-being of others. Now we join the family on the day of reckoning.
This is Arthur Miller at his finest. Winner of the Drama Critics Award for Best New Play in 1947, All My Sons established the playwright as a leading voice in 20th century theatre.
NOTE: This play includes events that some audience members may find confronting. For further details you can enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org
(Text by Chris Mclean)
Heidelberg Theatre Company, Rosanna, Melbourne VIC Australia.
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Patricia Di Risio of “Stage Whispers” wrote an insightful review of Heidelberg Theatre Company’s current production of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons”.
Check it out here:
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