Arthur Miller’s All My Sons

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Old Vic, The Cut, Waterloo Road, Waterloo, London
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0844 871 7628

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Dates & Time:
15th April to 8th June 2019
7.30 PM (Mon-Sat)
2.30 PM matinees (Wed or Thu, Sat)
Tickets & Cost:
£12 to £65. See oldvictheatre.com

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Director: Jeremy Herrin; Written by: Arthur Miller; Cast: (the cast may change on different dates) Sally Field, Bill Pullman, Jenna Coleman, Colin Morgan

The Old Vic is putting on a production of Arthur Miller's All My Sons with film stars Sally Field and Bill Pullman.

On the face of it Joe Keller is a success story with a wife and two sons, a nice home and a thriving business. But his defective fighter planes have led to the deaths of many Allied pilots during World War II.

One of Joe's own sons was thought to have been killed in action himself, but his mother can't accept his death. When a figure from the past returns some long buried truths are forced to the surface, and their contented life, which is already over-shadowed by the loss of their son, is about to shatter for ever.

 

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