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  All My Sons at Lounge Theatre

All My Sons

Lounge Theatre
6201 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles

In the aftermath of profound tragedy during WWII, Joe Keller and his family struggle to stay intact and to fight for their future when a long-hidden secret threatens to emerge, forcing them to reckon with throbbing guilt, deception, greed, denial, revenge, repentance and post-war disenchantment across generations. Winner of multiple Tony Awards and the Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Best New Play, the electrifying family drama All My Sons by iconic playwright Arthur Miller remains as timely as it is timeless. Be there when Wasatch Theatrical Ventures presents this riveting new production at The Lounge Theatres in Hollywood.

Thru - May 12, 2019

Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00pm
Sundays: 3:00pm

Price: $20-$30

Show Type: Drama

Box Office: 323-469-9988

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  All My Sons Reviews
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Broadway World - Recommended

"...It was a slow start at the beginning for the cast to warm up with their relationships and dialogue, but by the end (and I won't give away the ending) this production and its actors had this reviewer captivated so much so that when the big ending came, I jumped out of my seat with the rest of the audience."
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Jeffrey Scott

On Stage Los Angeles - Recommended

"...Director Gary Lee Reed has purposed his cast well and guided them all to bring their characteres to life within the boundaries of what we might call 'hyper' life that settles into fine tuned portrayals. "
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Stage Raw - Highly Recommended

"...Each actor’s performance is fleshed out with clear intent. As Kate, Casale’s denial of her son’s death follows her throughout the entire show, with her emotions continuously running overboard. By contrast, the mission of Belnick’s Joe — of keeping everything intact, especially within his family — is very evident. Throughout, he exemplifies tenacity as this strong leader of the family — until he is confronted about the death of his son and his own connection to it."
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Julyza Commodore

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