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 No reason not to see this wonderful play. Any seat in the house is a great view. Feel all the feelings. Flew by so fast. Left me wantin more
Don't see it if If you must have music and dancing to be entertained. Great story. Great play.
See it if You like classic theater with amazing actors. The set is terrific and Annette Benning is magnificent.
Don't see it if You don't want to see a depressing show. It is tragic and goes bleaker as the show progresses.
See it if you appreciate seeing an American classic on Broadway. Not the most dynamically directed production, but Letts and Walker were outstanding.
Don't see it if you have seen other productions of the play. This was good, but I have seen it better.
See it if You like classic absorbing drama with great performances by Benning, Letz, er al. A must see! A true American classic
Don't see it if I can’t honestly think of any reason why anyone with an appreciable if great theatre should not see this
See it if You like Arthur Miller's plays- this one is well done! Great staging & overall acting. Truly does justice to this play. Must SEE!
Don't see it if You don't like plays.
See it if you want to prove that the NYT review was hopelessly pedantic and soulless in contrast to this utterly affecting production.
Don't see it if you give up after expositions and are unwilling to wait for the final 2 1/2 acts you may never forget.
See it if you like a well-made play with great acting and staging. you enjoy social criticism with plays and think they can illuminate/entertain
Don't see it if you don't like serious plays and want only happy endings. you find it difficult to sit through long dialogue.
See it if You want to experience Miller at his best. A universal story of drive to protect and love one’s family v other human beings.
Don't see it if You don’t want to be challenged and touched by a story of deep, sad ethical conflicts between familial v societal needs.
See it if You've never seen All My Sons before. Also, Benjamin Walker and Tracy Letts were terrific.
Don't see it if You’ll be bothered by grating, melodramatic performances.
See it if you love Arthur Miller, amazing set/light/sound design, or powerful stories about middle-class American life.
Don't see it if you hate weak acting, can't handle flashing lights, or are triggered by gunshot sounds.
See it if you want serious drama and a plot with a twist in an American classic play with the brilliant Annette Bening
Don't see it if you want to be amused and not challenged.
See it if You like Arthur Miller and this work. Benning, Letts, and Walker are great. Loved the projections between scenes.
Don't see it if You want to see Jack O’Brian do a literal interpretation of the text. Nothing new here of note. It is AMS as you know it.
See it if You are a die hard Miller fan, a fan of Annette Bening (she is the best thing about it) or if you like your revivals to be museum pieces
Don't see it if You like fresh takes on revivals or coherent acting (each seemed to be acting in a different play).
See it if You can put aside the 1940s view of women and connect to the Arthur Miller, father son obsession well acted by Bening, Letts, & Walker.
Don't see it if You don’t like Arthur Miller sometimes heavy-handed, yet still moving and resonant family drama.
See it if you love intense, great acting and a classic story that still feels relevant. Top acting from all the leads and a great, fresh, diverse cast
Don't see it if you are bored by dramatic plays that have not been reimagined
See it if You appreciate a classic, solid storyline and superb casting/acting. And especially if you enjoy deconstructing an ending on the way home
Don't see it if You need something super profound, multiple set changes, or a lot of fluffy stuff. This one is all about the story and the storytellers