Last Updated on 21st September 2017
All My Sons is a gripping and powerful family drama written by one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th Century, Pulitzer Prize-winner Arthur Miller whose other works include Death Of A Salesman, The Crucible and A View from the Bridge.
Joe Keller (Sean Chapman – Richard II, Henry IV Pt 1 and 2, Henry V – RSC) is a successful businessman who lives with his wife Kate – (Caroline Loncq – Home Truths – Cardboard Citizens) and son Chris (Cary Crankson – Dial M for Murder – Frinton Summer Theatre) in 1950s suburban America. Their only sadness, it seems, is the loss of their other son Larry, who went missing in World War II. After three years, Kate still clings to the hope that her son is alive.
This fragile calm is ripped apart with the arrival of an unexpected visitor. Deep wounds are opened and the family has to confront the truth behind their comfortable lives.
For this production Shauna Shim (Mrs Green the Musical – Nottingham Playhouse and Leicester Curve) is Sue Bayliss, Kammy Darweish (East Is East – Northern Stage, Nottingham and UK Tour) is Dr Jim Bayliss, Eva-Jane Willis (Perfect Match – Watford Palace) is Ann Deever, Ben Lee (The Hairy Ape – Old Vic London) is George Deever, Sasha Frost (The Lightning Child – Shakespeare’s Globe) is Lydia Lubey, and Patrick Osborne (Shakespeare in Love – West End) will play Frank Lubey.
All My Sons runs from 6 – 21 October 2017.