Exclusive Asian Premiere
An enduring morality tale directed by
Michael Rudman (director of Tony award winning production)
“Full of rich, considered performances” The Stage
“Grips like a vice as its revelations unpack” WhatsOnStage
Joe Keller seems like an all-American success story, a likeable, self-made businessman, but who during World War II knowingly supplies the US air force with defective engines. Many pilots die. To avoid blame, he lets his business partner take the fall. Then one sunny afternoon, Joe is confronted by the consequences of his actions, when a visitor arrives to reveal a secret that will rip his family apart.
Based on true events, this compelling story of love, guilt and the corrosive power of greed was Arthur Miller's first great Broadway success, sealing his reputation as one of the most influential playwrights of the 20th century.
Gripping and profoundly moving, All My Sons exposes the corruption of the American dream. Its politics and impact remain as relevant and devastating as ever.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Arthur Miller went on to write many other timeless classics, including Death of a Salesman, The Crucible and A View from the Bridge. All My Sons is his acknowledged masterpiece.
Director Michael Rudman has led many of the UK’s leading theatres including Nottingham Playhouse, Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre, and The Lyttelton at the National Theatre. He has won the London Evening Standard Award for Outstanding Achievement, and directed a Tony Award-winning Death of a Salesman on Broadway, with Dustin Hoffman and John Malkovich.
The Rose Theatre Kingston from the UK is renowned for productions of classics with outstanding casts.