New York | 2h 15m | Ends Jun 30

All My Sons

From 42 critic and 242 member reviews
Members say: Great acting, Absorbing, Great writing, Intense, Thought-provoking

About the show

Award-winning actors Annette Bening and Tracy Letts return to Broadway in the play that launched Arthur Miller as the moral voice of the American Theater. More…

In the aftermath of WWII, the Keller family struggles to stay intact and to fight for their future when a long-hidden secret threatens to emerge—forcing them to reckon with greed, denial, repentance, and post-war disenchantment across generations.

The New York Times

"O’Brien’s literal-minded production does not make a resonant case for the drama today...Ms. Bening goes deepest of the four leads in exploring the muck at the bottom of her character’s personality. She also has terrific technique...But the opacity of the production overall means we still can’t read her with any clarity, and the play acquires a weird wobble at its core...The production is almost never moving, except when Ann’s brother, George, shows up intending to expose everyone’s lies." Full Review

Reclining Standards

"CK: We share general feelings on the play itself—chiefly, that it’s over-obvious and sanctimonious. I certainly felt the overly straightforward nature of this production did the play no favors. More than ever, it seemed like a parable that’s been plotted within an inch of its life...DF: Bening’s clearly a fine stage actor, but here she seems so deliberately drabbed down that it’s almost showy. Neither she nor Tracy Letts—also a terrific actor—ever convinced me they were a married couple." Full Review

Train wreck of a revival, Disappointing, Bad acting, Poorly-cast

See it if You want to see an Arthur Miller Play, but done poorly.

Don't see it if you can watch the old movie with Burt Lancaster and Edward G. Robinson.

Also Annette Bening acting is the worst thing about this production, she sc... Read more Read less

Dated, Cliched, Banal

See it if you like obvious symbols, dated writing, cliches.

Don't see it if you expect something fresh and exciting. This is neither.

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