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.
See it if Rarely performed Arthur Miller play with Annette Bening back on Broadway. Once again Roundabout gives playgoers a beautiful set on stage.
Don't see it if Blind casting drives you nuts. How many plays and musicals now do this over and over again. This was talked about by many in attendance.
See it if you just love Arthur Miller. I loved Death of a Salesman, but not this one nor did I like A View from the Bridge. This was so drawn out.
Don't see it if you want action and a script that moves forward in a normal manner. It seemed to repeat thoughts and ideas ad nauseam. Annette was blah.
See it if You want to see a great Arthur Miller play performed at the highest caliber. Banning, Letts, and Walker are truly amazing!
Don't see it if You don’t like classics, dramas, or foliage... so much foliage
See it if you like classic old school drama acted & produced by professionals. Benning & Letts tear it up. Slow at 1st but keep your seatbelt fastened
Don't see it if you're not into serious 'straight' family drama. You'll probably want to leave at intermission (but don't!)
See it if Bening outstanding. Letts very good. Others a mixed bag. Traditional staging a relief amidst prevailing Van Hovean theatrical hellscape
Don't see it if Color-blind casting problematic—very distracting and particularly absurd for 1947. Letts’s Joe is a bit too polished at times for an...
See it if you want to see a very good production of a classic American play. You will feel drained at the end by it’s powerful story.
Don't see it if you want some light entertainment. This play pulls you into serious topics making you think and feel.
See it if You want to see a wonderfully acted, deftly directed production of a classic play, with themes that remain relevant today.
Don't see it if You’re expecting a new or innovative take. There are no real modern touches, save the colorblind casting. Best for those who never saw it.
See it if A truly remarkable production of a great American play. Engaging, troubling, and moving. If only all my theatre experiences were this good.
Don't see it if If you think this play is dated, think Boeing 737 Max or opiate manufacturers. Theatre that makes you part of its world, like it or not.
See it if You’re interested in an Arthur Miller classic that’s aged extremely well and is still relevant today. Wonderful acting.
Don't see it if You don’t like drama, heavy pieces, or long works (two and a half hours.) You refuse to see a liberal critique of America’s values.
See it if You want to see powerhouse acting by Letts, Bening & Walker.. did not feel dated; emotionally makes you want to do/be better
Don't see it if You are disinterested In a conversation about war profiteering, underlying themes of achieving American dream at expense of humanity.
See it if You must see Annette Bening on stage; you can wait a few weeks to see if it gets better; you have never seen it; you like nice sets/lighting
Don't see it if You want a well-directed production; you want great acting all-around; you know how Jack O'Brien ruins most every show he touches
See it if you love Miller’s work done by a perfect trio of actors on top of their game - Bening, Letts and Walker. Truly mesmerizing.
Don't see it if you have very little patience as Act 1 can be a little doozy. But once act 2 starts you will be riveted.
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