Set in 1947 in mid-west America, All My Sons is a story about an all American family torn apart by a shameful secret. A compelling and heartbreaking story about family ties, patriotic duty and personal greed.
Joe Keller is a proud family man, successful business owner and local hero. But when he places the family’s prosperity above the lives of others, there are devastating consequences for all.
Arthur Miller masterfully builds intrigue and suspense in this provocative portrait of life in post-World War II America. All My Sons catapulted Arthur Miller into the ranks of America’s greatest playwrights.
It is a compelling and heartbreaking story about family ties, patriotic duty and personal greed.
“All My Sons is one of the most moving pieces of theatre ever written,” says Director Iain Sinclair. “It shows a very different side to the Arthur Miller who went on to write Death of a Salesman and The Crucible.”
“It is a piece that requires actors with enormous emotional range and fortitude of spirit and I feel very honoured to open the Eternity Playhouse with such an extraordinary company and fiercely pertinent play.”
Director: Iain Sinclair Cast: Mary Rachel Brown, Briallen Clarke, Robin Goldsworthy, Anthony Gooley, Andrew Henry, Angus Moore, Marshall Napier, Meredith Penman, Toni Scanlan, Zac Ynfante Production Designer: Luke Ede Sound Designer: Nate Edmondson Lighting Designer: Nicholas Rayment
All My Sons
The Eternity Playhouse, 39 Burton Street, Darlinghurst
Season: 1 November – 1 December 2013
Bookings: (02) 8356 9987 or online at: www.darlinghursttheatre.com
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