As relevant today as always

As relevant today as always


After a gap of 29 years Arthur Miller’s compelling tale of love, guilt and the corrupting power of greed, All My Sons, returns to the Rep stage.



This modern tragedy is a bitter criticism of the popularly accepted values of success and is as true today as it was in 1995 – in fact, as it was in 1947 when it was written and first performed.

In 1995 we played to packed audiences. The Sentinel reviewer, Alan Owen, wrote “…the production is a must see if only because of the quality of the set and the brilliant acting”.



Richard Masters and Virginia Bryan were singled out as “superb” in their performances as Mr and Mrs Keller, “ably supported” by John Wicks and Geoff Legan.

Here’s wishing similar accolades for Ian Birkin, Jane Procter, James King and James Dawe in their corresponding roles in this year’s production.

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