New photographs have been released for All My Sons, Miller’s compelling masterpiece.
All My Sons will open Queen’s Theatre Hornchuch’s spring seasons. The production is a revival of Arthur Miller’s moving and powerful landmark drama. Directed by Douglas Rintoul, All My Sons will play at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch from February 10th to March 5th before playing at the New Wolsey Theatre Ipswich from 8 to 12 March.
The casting includes David Hounslow as Joe and Eve Matheson as Kate. They will be joined by David Bonnick Jr, Oliver Hembrough, Nathan Ives-Moiba, Nathasha Lewis, Tilly-Mae Millbrook, Graeme Rooney and Kibong Tanji.
Set in 1947, the masterpiece, bases on a true story, tells the story of successful businessman Joe Keller and his wife Kate who are living the American dream in their idyllic suburban neighbourhood. Summer wedding plans are afoot for their son and his fiancée. Shadows of the war are slowly fading. But nothing lasts forever. And a familiar visitor arrives to unbury secrets from the past, which will tear their lives apart…