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  All My Sons at Pacific Stages

All My Sons

Pacific Stages
2041 Rosecrans Avenue #170 El Segundo

Arthur Miller’s Tony Award Winning All My Sons first opened in 1947 and was inspired by a story from an Ohio Newspaper on an aircraft factory’s troubled contracts during WWII. The entire play takes place over one day in the yard of the Midwestern home of the Keller’s in August 1946. Kate, Joe and Chris Keller’s home is a neighborhood hub, on this day the expected and unexpected return of two former neighbors, Ann and George, stir up the secrets of the past and expose who is family and how we justify the sacrifice we make for family.

Thru - Nov 15, 2019

Thursdays: 8:00pm
Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sundays: 3:00pm



Price: $29

Show Type: Drama

Box Office: 310-868-2631

www.pacificstages.org



  All My Sons Reviews
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Stage and Cinema - Recommended

"...The time may be WWII, but the themes are shockingly contemporary: profiteering, lack of integrity, deceit, and judgment. (Miller even takes on the Military Industrial Complex long before Eisenhower even warned of its existence.) American consumption as we know it was well under way, and the Keller family in All My Sons will learn the price they must pay for the “money-money-money-money” earned for things they probably never needed. Miller warns us that addiction to familial comfort leads to emotional and spiritual discomfort; this, in turn, threatens to eviscerate the comfortable American family. Are we yet listening?"
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Joan Alperin


LA Splash - Highly Recommended

"...Working with Miller's strong script, director Elina de Santos does an excellent job of defining this fractured family as, slowly but surely, their perfect life begins to unravel. The cast does a strong job of guiding the audience inside the heads of these "average American folks." Dillon G. Artzer's scenic design sets the right stage, homey and yet hemmed in by a high fence. Jennifer Pollono's costumes make 1947 come alive. Matt Richter's lighting and Christopher Moscatiello's sound keep the stormy story on track. And let's not forget fight choreography by Ned Mochel (who also performed as the evening's Dr. Jim Bayliss). ALL MY SONS cannot be revived too often. It remains a pleasure to see Miller's superb work on stage, especially as interpreted by the expert PRT Company."
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Elaine Mura


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