ALL MY SONS

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Fri Apr 26, 8:00pm
Sat Apr 27, 8:00pm
Sun Apr 28, 3:00pm
Fri May 03, 8:00pm
Sat May 04, 8:00pm
Sun May 05, 3:00pm
Fri May 10, 8:00pm
Sat May 11, 8:00pm
Sun May 12, 3:00pm

Winner of multiple Tony Awards and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best New Play, this electrifying family drama ALL MY SONS, by Arthur Miller, remains as timely as it is timeless. A gripping American classic reveals the lethal consequences of deceit and greed. In the aftermath of WWII, Joe Keller and his family struggle to stay intact while planning for their future as a long-hidden secret begins to tear them apart—forcing a reckoning with truth, guilt, and repentance.

“True, real, heart-pounding emotion. Director Gary Lee Reed and the Wasatch Theatrical Ventures (WTV) have done a wonderful job in bringing a classic to a small stage…while keeping the integrity of the writing and the style. This is a talented cast” – Broadway World

Arthur Miller is considered to be one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th century. The recipient of 8 TONY awards, including the TONY for Lifetime Achievement, his best known works include Death of a Salesman (Tony Award – Best Play; Pulitzer Prize – Drama), The Crucible (Tony Award – Best Play), A View From the Bridge, The Price, and After the Fall.

Director Gary Lee Reed, the cast includes Mark Belnick, Francesca Casale, Bill Doyle, James McAndrew, Maddie McCormick, Jessica Moreno, Alexis Boozer Sterling, Michael William Thompson, Jack Tynan, and Beckett Wilder.

ALL MY SONS opens at 8pm on Saturday, April 6 and runs 8pm on Friday and Saturdays, 3pm on Sundays through May 12, 2019 (no performances April 19 – 21). The Lounge Theatre is located at 6201 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90038, with ample street parking. Tickets are $30. Reservations: (323) 960-5770 or online https://www.onstage411.com/sons

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"...all my respect to all the actors braving the stage here and committing to such intricate work. As the play develops, the performers are able to capture Miller's cynicism towards American society. It was nice to see them perform to a practically full house."

sweet - Patricia Garcia - Discover Hollywood - ...read full review


"...all my respect to all the actors braving the stage here and committing to such intricate work. As the play develops, the performers are able to capture Miller's cynicism towards American society. It was nice to see them perform to a practically full house."

sweet - Patricia Garcia - Discover Hollywood - ...read full review