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All My Sons

When:

Wed 6 Jul 2016, 7:30pm
Thu 7 Jul 2016, 7:30pm
Fri 8 Jul 2016, 7:30pm
Sat 9 Jul 2016, 1:30pm
Sat 9 Jul 2016, 7:30pm

Where: Roslyn Packer Theatre, 22 Hickson Rd, Walsh Bay, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Stalls A Reserve Adult: $104.00
  • Stalls A Reserve Student: $104.00
  • Stalls A Reserve Pensioner: $104.00
  • Stalls A Reserve Seniors Card: $104.00
  • Stalls A Reserve Under 30s: $104.00
  • Stalls B Reserve Adult: $94.00
  • Stalls B Reserve Student: $94.00
  • Stalls B Reserve Pensioner: $94.00
  • Stalls B Reserve Seniors Card: $94.00
  • Stalls B Reserve Under 30s: $94.00
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John Howard makes his long-awaited return to the stage in Arthur Miller’s powerful classic. Joining him is Robyn Nevin. Together, they will bring to life one of the great dramatic marriages.

The Kellers look like a mid-century American success story. He runs the business, she runs the home, and their son will inherit it all. But there is something rotten in the Keller household and secrets have a way of getting out.

All My Sons was Miller’s first major success. A compelling portrait of flawed characters and capital’s corruption of the American Dream, the play mapped out the artistic territory he would return to in his later plays, Death of a Salesman and The Crucible. Today, its politics and its impact remain as acute and devastating as ever.

Resident Director Kip Williams (Macbeth, Love and Information) brings his precise sense of the poetic to a play forged by a master craftsman, in which every word and every action has a consequence.