SEPTEMBER 6 – OCTOBER 1, 2017

ALL MY SONS

By Arthur Miller
Directed by Art Manke

This stirring play follows the Keller family in the years following World War II as they stand at a crossroads – should they keep holding out hope for their missing son Larry to return from the war, or rebuild and move forward around their bright and youngest son, Chris? The resilient spirit of the Keller family is tested when accusations of war crimes and the impending reality that Larry may never return culminate in a heart-pounding climax. Winner of the Drama Critics Award for Best New American Play in 1947, and the play that introduced Arthur Miller as a new leading voice in American theater, ALL MY SONS continues to be a perfect story for our time.

 

Art Manke

Director

 

Kent Dorsey^

Scenic & Lighting Designer

 

B. Modern^

Costume Designer

 

Steven Cahill

Sound Designer

 

Shaun Carroll

Properties Master

 

Steve Gerlach

Technical Director  

 

Julie Haber*

Production Stage Manager  

 


*Member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.

^Member, United Scenic Artists union.

Allen
Gilmore
*


as Joe Keller

 

 

Kurt
Meeker


as Dr. Jim Bayliss

 

 

Shaun
Carroll
*


as Frank Lubey

 

 

Diana
Torres Koss
*


as Sue Bayliss

 

 

Audrey
Rumsby


as Lydia Lubey

 

 

Tommy
Gorrebeeck
*


as Chris Keller

 

 

Jake
Miller


as Bert

 

 

Maxwell
Sanderson


as Bert

 

 

Nancy
Carlin
*


as Kate Keller

 

 

Sierra
Jolene


as Ann Deever

 

 

Brian
Smolin
*


as George Deever

 

 

 


*Member, Actor’s Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers in the United States.

   

 

Glossary Act 1 – Click the icon to view. 

 


Glossary Act 2 & 3 – Click the icon to view. 

 


Timeline – Click the icon to view. 

 


Dramaturge – Tragedy and the Common Man – Click the icon to view. 

 


Dramaturge – The Impact on Family Members of a Loved One Missing in Action (MIA) – Click the icon to view.

 


 Dramaturge – What was it like to live in the US during World War II? – Click the icon to view. 

 


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