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Post war America saw the irreversible destruction of millions of families. The damage was caused by war as well as the individuals’ choice to fulfil their duty to society or to one’s family. 597 more words

Spontaneous Thoughts

REMEMBERING

FAIRYTALES WITH BITE

Remembering discusses how getting our characters to remember makes them more  real to a reader and helps them to see where our “people” have come from.  276 more words

Arthur Miller play on stage in Tideswell

Arthur Miller’s stunning play All My Sons is coming to St John The Baptist Church, Tideswell, this week.

Written in 1947, and performed by Tideswell Community Players, it is a compelling story of love, guilt and the corrupting power of greed. 34 more words

Drama

THEATRE REVIEW: All My Sons, Rose Theatre Kingston

running until 19 November

My last visit to the Rose Theatre was for the English language premiere of Good Canary with fresh young talent, complete with digital projections. 532 more words

Theatre

Poignant Powerful Theatre: All My Sons, Rose Theatre, Kingston.

All My Sons

by Arthur Miller

RTK at The Rose Theatre, Kingston until 19th November

Review by Mark Aspen

Perhaps amongst the strongest and most deep-rooted emotions are love and guilt. 1,113 more words

Reviews

Short and Sweet Reviews // All My Sons by Arthur Miller

“There are certain men in the world who rather see everybody hung before they’ll take blame.”

― Arthur Miller, All My Sons

At what point do family and by extension money trump human lives?

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Short And Sweet Reviews

"we're at a railroad station waiting for a train that never comes in"

major disclaimer one: i take absolutely no credit for the absolutely breathtaking title. it comes from “all my sons” by arthur miller, a beautifully heart-wrenching play (i am definitely not doing it justice here but bear with my addled, largely incoherent brain) which coincidentally (or perhaps not so coincidentally) falls under the list of set texts for h2 literature for the ‘A’s. 214 more words

Poetry