All My Sons on Broadway
Written and produced in 1947, this is a hard-hitting story, set shortly after World War II, about Joe Keller, who became rich as a manufacturer of substandard war materials in a conflict that took one of his sons and imprisoned a colleague.
All My Sons earned 1947 Tony Awards for playwright Arthur Miller and director Elia Kazan. The original Broadway production starred Ed Begley and Karl Malden, and the play was later made into a film starring Edward G. Robinson and Burt Lancaster. This is the second Broadway revival of All My Sons; the first Broadway revival was in 1987.
The late Arthur Miller is one of America's greatest playwrights. He produced some of the American theatre's greatest dramatic works, including Death of a Salesman and The Crucible. Other notable works include A View From The Bridge and The Price. His last original work to appear on Broadway was The Ride Down Mt. Morgan in 2000.
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All My Sons tells the story of a man who hastily sold defective airplane parts to the Army, which caused the crafts to crash, killing 21 men. His crime, which he long had deflected by blaming his business partner, comes back to light as his son plans to wed the partner's daughter.
Simon McBurney (Direction)
Arthur Miller (Playwright)