Joe Keller strives for the American Dream, but two years after WWII’s end, his family still suffers from its aftershocks. When Chris, the elder son, announces his plan to marry his still missing-in-action brother’s fiancée, a mother must confront her denial, a son his father’s fallibility, and a father his true responsibilities. Arthur Miller’s powerful story about personal responsibility won the 1947 Tony Award for Best Play and catapulted him among the ranks of America’s greatest playwrights.
All My Sons
by Arthur Miller
directed by David Esbjornson
Dr. Jim Bayliss … Ken Cheeseman
Joe Keller … Will Lyman
Frank Lubey … Owen Doyle
Sue Bayliss … Dee Nelson
Lydia Lubey … Stephanie DiMaggio
Chris Keller … Lee Aaron Rosen
Bert … (1) Andrew Cekala; (2) Spencer Evett
Kate Keller … Karen MacDonald
Ann Deever … Diane Davis
George Deever … Michael Tisdale
The creative team for All My Sons includes scenic designer Scott Bradley (Journey to the West, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Ah! Wilderness! for the Huntington; Joe Turner’s Come and Gone – 1988 Drama Desk Award nomination, Seven Guitars – 1996 Drama Desk Award and Tony Award nomination); costume designer Elizabeth Hope Clancy (Passing Strange, Edward Albee’s The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?, Bobbi Boland, and The Ride Down Mt. Morgan on Broadway), lighting designer Christopher Akerlind (Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for The Light In The Piazza; Tony Award nominations for 110 In The Shade and Awake and Sing!), and sound designer and composer John Gromada (Well, Rabbit Hole, and Carol Mulroney at the Huntington; Dividing the Estate, A Bronx Tale, Prelude to a Kiss, and many more for Broadway). Production stage manager is Carola Morrone; stage manager is Leslie Sears.
Photos by T. Charles Erickson (tag archive).