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 A respectable production of an American classic with a luminous Benning at the center , you can't take your eyes off her
Don't see it if You are looking for new insights into Miller , this offers nothing unexpected
See it if Terrific staging with great leads in a rarely performed Miller play exploring greed,materialism and the terrible price paid - great Bening
Don't see it if It’s a tough play and the second pause intermission breaks the mood and momentum ; second their actors need to find their groove
See it if an Arthur Miller fan; like shows about families with hidden secrets; deception, guilt, resolution.
Don't see it if you want a cohesively acted play. Not everyone seems on the same page. Some lapses in believability mar the 2nd act.
See it if If you like Arthur Miller and you want to see a classic mid-twentieth century drama with three strong leads
Don't see it if If you are particular about seeing a top rate secondary cast. They are not there yet as of the first preview
See it if Bening is wonderful. Very moving story although the first act is slow and the message is driven home with the repetitiveness of a jackhammer
Don't see it if Thought they could have done more with the set and staging to open things up a bit and make it more interesting. Costumes misfired.
See it if you've never seen an Arthur Miller play and want to see a decent production of one. Or if you want to see a top-notch Annette Bening live.
Don't see it if you are hoping for a bold re-imagining of an Arthur Miller classic. This is a workmanlike production with inconsistent acting.
See it if You admire the work of Arthur Miller. Riveting performances by Tracy Letts and Annette Bening.
Don't see it if You are distracted by uneven direction and weak performances by supporting players.
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 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 Loved All my sons as it is absolutely an American classic. Particular loved Annette Benning and the other actors were superb. A must see!
Don't see it if Dont see if you are looking for a big jazzy musical.
See it if you enjoy classic American drama with strong lead performances.
Don't see it if you're fidgety. This is a one-set, three-act play. There is plenty of drama as the story slowly reveals itself, but this is mostly talk.
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