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Review: All My Sons. Nottingham Playhouse.

Arthur Miller wrote All My Sons in 1947 after his failed play The Man Who Had All The Luck bombed after only four performances. This, for him, was a ‘final’ attempt at writing a commercially successful play. 745 more words


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“All My Sons” - secrets and repercussions - at Heidelberg Theatre. 7 - 22 July, 2017

Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” – by arrangement with Hal Leonard Australia – is directed by Chris McLean for the Heidelberg Theatre season.

All My Sons explores the repercussions on a close-knit household after personal gain is put ahead of social duty. 207 more words

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By: Rachel Lyle, May 12th, 2017

I took a set of American Literature classes while I was in college and one of the things we had to do for it was keep an online reading journal. 699 more words


Grief, betrayal and romance: "All My Sons" is packed with emotion

To call Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” an emotional rollercoaster is an understatement. Not even the thrill of Magic Mountain’s Superman: Escape from Krypton or New Jersey’s Kingda Ka can compare to the experience of the audience member watching this play.  384 more words

Glimpse of Grace--Grow Up!

The play “All My Sons” is based upon a true story. During World War Two, the Wright Aeronautical Corporation based in Ohio conspired to send defective aircraft engines into the war effort resulting in the death of 21 military personnel.  468 more words

Miller's Classic "All My Sons" Challenges, Stuns at the Rep

All My Sons
by Arthur Miller
Directed by Seth Gordon
Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

The Rep’s next entry in their 50th anniversary season is an American classic by one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th Century, Arthur Miller. 863 more words

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