All My Sons

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Don’t miss All My Sons tickets as an all-star cast assembles for a new production of Arthur Miller’s classic play

Sometimes it’s easier to live in hope and ignorance than to uncover a long buried truth. In Arthur Miller’s enduring tale of love and loss, the Keller family do their best to live a righteous and successful life in post-war America. When a face from the past visits them, it can only be a matter of time before the happy veneer falls away and long ago deeds emerge to be confronted.

A co-production of heavyweights, The Old Vic and Headlong Theatre present All My Sons at The Old Vic. It is directed by Jeremy Herrin, artistic director of Headlong, whose previous directing credits include People, Places and Things and The Nether. He was named one of The Stage’s Top 100 in 2014.

Sally Field is to play the role of Kate Keller, the head of the family along with husband Joe. Already a legend of the screen (Steel Magnolias, Forrest Gump, Mrs Doubtfire) and of Broadway (The Glass Menagerie), Field is a two-time Academy Award winner and three-time Emmy Award winner.

The role of Joe Keller will be played by Bill Pullman. His decade-spanning career includes film (Independence Day, The Grudge), television (The Sinner) and Broadway (Oleanna).

It has been announced that they will be joined by cast members Jenna Coleman and Colin Morgan, who will be playing the roles of Ann Deever and Chris Keller. Coleman is famous for playing Jasmine Thomas in Emmerdale and, more recently, Queen Victoria in ITV series Victoria. Morgan is best known for his starring role in BBC series Merlin and has many theatre credits to his name (Vernon God Little, The Tempest, Mojo).

The cast is completed with Bessie Carter, Oliver Johnstone, Kayla Meikle, and Sule Rimi.

All My Sons is Arthur Miller at his devastating full powers; all his well-honed themes of fatherhood, familial responsibility, the realities of the American Dream and the price of societal pressure can be found here, along with a heart-stopping twist and a host of unforgettable characters. Don’t miss this chance to experience this classic play, directed and performed by some of the industry’s brightest and best.

Child Friendly

All My Sons is suitable for those aged 11 and above.