Arthur Miller’s All My Sons examines postwar America through the experiences of the prominent Keller family. The Kellers’ relationship with their neighbors, the Deevers, becomes more and more tested as facts from the war come into the foreground. Miller deftly explores the past of each family to unveil their present conflicts; the drama grapples with themes of postwar identity, parenthood, loss, guilt, and the American Dream. All My Sons established Miller as a dominant voice in American theatre, bringing his captivating, resonant, and electric prose to life.
By Arthur Miller
Directed by Zoe Novak
Produced by Elly Straske
Stage Managed by Carmen Livesay
Technical Direction by Will Blanchette
October 15, 2015 - October 24, 2015
Poulton Hall, Stage III