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All My Sons Details
All My Sons is an original play by celebrated playwright Arthur Miller. The 1947 Broadway play was Miller’s last-ditch attempt to write a commercial success after the failure of “The Man Who Had All the Luck.” Luckily for Miller and his fans, All My Sons was a runaway success, turning his career around. Since its Broadway debut, All My Sons has received numerous awards, including the first Tony Award for Best Direction of a Play (1947) and the first Tony Award for Best Director (1947). All My Sons was adapted for film twice (1948, 1987).
The 2019 Broadway Revival of All My Sons is directed by Jack O’Brien, who also directed the 1987 film adaptation. The three-time Tony Award Winner (Best Direction 2003, 2004, 2007) has also won 5 Drama Desk Awards (1990, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007) and was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame in 2007. O’Brien’s interpretation of All My Sons has received positive reviews, remaining faithful to Arthur Miller’s original work while still providing a fresh take on a timeless classic.
Golden Globe Winner (Best Actress 2005, 2011) Annette Bening heads up an all-star cast at the launch of the 2019 revival, portraying matriarch Kate Keller. Bening has appeared in dozens of film and television shows from comedies to heavy dramas and everything in between. This will be Bening’s first appearance on Broadway in 30 years, much to the delight of her lifelong fans. Costar Tracy Letts plays the ill-fated patriarch Joe Keller. The Tony Award-winning actor and playwright is returning to Broadway after his celebrated run on the 50th Anniversary revival of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,” which earned him the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play (2013). He has also appeared in Homeland, Prison Break, and The Drew Carey Show, just to name a few. Letts received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama (August: Osage County 2008) and was a finalist for the same award in 2018 for his play The Minutes.
All My Sons Dates
The Broadway revival of All My Sons opened at American Airlines Theatre. The first preview was on April 4, 2019, with All My Sons officially launching on April 22, 2019. Show days and times vary, but All My Sons typically shows Tuesday through Saturday at 7 pm, with matinees at 2 pm on Wednesday and Saturday, and a 3 pm matinee on Sunday. Starting mid-May, the evening productions are at 8 pm instead of 7 pm. Please ensure you check the official times when purchasing tickets as these times are subject to change.
All My Sons Target Audience
All My Sons is a tragedy based on true events with strong language and adult themes, including suicide. All My Sons is appropriate for audiences 14+. Parents should note that children under 4 are not permitted in the theater.
All My Sons Runtime
Like many Broadway shows, All My Sons runs about 2 hours without intermission. As with any live show, it could run slightly shorter or slightly longer.
May 29, 2019
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