All My Sons

Arthur Miller

First produced in 1947, All My Sons remains a powerful reflection on society and the impact of behaviours motivated by a lust for wealth. The multi-award winning play questions the place of morality in a world where the selfish survive best; exploring the relationship between capitalist culture and human decency. Miller views these issues though a family lens, considering the actions and impacts on individual families in a small community, challenging us to consider a redefinition of family to something beyond our own garden fences.

Credit to House of Stockley

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