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 Well written, epic themes, heart-wrenching solid family and socially relevevant drama.
Don't see it if You've seen a really great production of it. Can appear rather melodramatic and supporting parts can be cartoonish.
See it if 1940 play that reveals lessons for families today. themes of father and sons and how does one go for wealth and children. family secrets. GO
Don't see it if if you are sick of family dramas with great acting. over 3 hours , 2 intermissions of struggle can be hard for some. balcony has railing
See it if if you want to see Annette Benning in a challenging role. The play seems outdated.Tracy Letts disappoints but Walker great. Dull direction.
Don't see it if So disappointed in this reveal. The set, the direction and Tracy Letts all were uninspiring. Benning does her best.
See it if you want to experience tremendous acting and a plot that will keep you at the edge of your seat.
Don't see it if dysfunctional families and family squabbles are not to your liking.
See it if You want to see a great production of a classic Arthur Miller play brought to life by incredible actors on this stage.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of Millers work. Do not care for thought provoking dramas.
See it if you want to see Arthur Miller's masterpiece brilliantly performed by a stellar cast.
Don't see it if you prefer a more lighthearted play - this is drama at it's best.
See it if Amazing show with intense and well formed characters. Annette Bening is everything and costars Tracy Letts & Benjamin Walker are superb!
Don't see it if It has tough themes and is not for younger folk. 18 and up to deal with themes of violence.
See it if you're debating which are Arthur Millers top three plays. Annette Bening's fab performance might find you giving this early play the bronze.
Don't see it if you're reluctant to look at your father for who he really is because it will force you to look at yourself for who you really are. Brutal!
See it if you want to see a classic play with pretty straight forward staging and story telling. it was great, but nothing wild
Don't see it if you want to see a reimagining type of revival. this is pretty by the book
See it if You enjoy a narrative play, a family story related to social issues that remain timely. And you are a fan of Annette Bening.
Don't see it if You want to see a musical comedy. Or only like cynicism.
See it if You enjoy Miller plays. Similar to Death of a Salesman. While acting good with strong leads, yet felt a little weak in presentation.
Don't see it if You don’t enjoy older plays that take time to weave the story so that all pieces fit together. Story dated but still contemporary.
See it if Masterful actors at the top of their craft, you like Arhur Miller's worlds
Don't see it if You need happiness, comedy and hopefulness, Miller's plays are American Tragedy
See it if You like great acting. Letts and Benning were amazing. You like intense family dramas. The ending was quite a shock
Don't see it if You don't like heavy dramas. Don't like plays centered around the subject of war and death
See it if it's a classic play and searing family drama. Acting is wonderful, especially Tracy Letts.
Don't see it if There's lots of exposition, with the anticipated explosion in the last ten minutes. If it weren't for the fine acting it would be slow.
See it if A profound and relevant topic with Tracy Letts and Chris Walker giving outstanding performances. Important to see!
Don't see it if Maybe they don't want to see a play about man's frailties and a topic whidh so resonates for 2019.
See it if you want to see the legendary Bening, albeit overacting and maybe even miscast in the role. Father and son were powerful together. Great set
Don't see it if u have superlative expectations. I didn't. I liked it. Race blind casting is weird for me. Racially different siblings in 1950s middle USA?
See it if See All My Sons if you like high level acting and want to know more about American culture and great American literature.
Don't see it if Do not see All My Sons if you usually like light fun shows.
See it if This classic play holds so much truth in today’s unethical political climate. Saving ones wealth over “all his sons”.
Don't see it if If a 3 act drama is too much for one to sit Thur FYI use hearing aids to block out stupid people who talk and eat during perfirmances.AGAIN!
See it if Want to see a really good production of a classic play with some great performances but with a very slow first act
Don't see it if You don’t have the patience to get through an old fashion play with a very slow first act.
See it if You want to see Arthur Miller done in it's glory. Letts is phenomenal and is supported by a stellar cast. It's is so well directed and paced
Don't see it if You don't like Arthur Miller & the torment of the human condition. You want light & fluffy material. Easily confused & can't follow plot.
See it if You want to see a terrific performance by Annette Bening and a really good one by Tracy Letts. You're interested in Miller's canon.
Don't see it if You want something fresh without moralizing and clumsy plot devices. You want strong acting all around.
See it if A Miller revival marvelously performed with message that holds true. A matinee rush ticket and home for dinner. What's not to like.
Don't see it if Revivals, classics aren't in the budget.