All My Sons Tickets
New York, NY

All My Sons Tickets

All My Sons Tickets
All My Sons Tickets

About All My Sons

Three powerhouse stars. One theatrical masterpiece. The towering achievement of the Broadway season.

Best Actress Tony Award nominee Annette Bening, 2013 Tony winner Tracy Letts, and Best Featured Actor Tony nominee Benjamin Walker catapult Arthur Miller’s All My Sons to the top of every theatergoer’s must-see list, in this Tony-nominated Best Play Revival that New York Stage Review calls “as close to perfect as it can be.”

Miller’s drama about the long-hidden secret that threatens to tear apart a Midwest family in the aftermath of WWII comes to blazing new life in a shattering new staging by Tony winner Jack O’Brien. As Variety says, “It packs a wallop all its own.”

Run time

2hr 15min (one intermission)

Start date

April 4th, 2019

End date

June 30th, 2019


All My Sons cast and creative team

By: Arthur Miller
Director: Jack O'Brien
Producer: Roundabout Theatre Company
Cast list: Annette Bening (as Kate Keller), Tracy Letts (as Joe Keller), Benjamin Walker (as Chris Keller), Francesca Carpanini (as Ann Deever), Hampton Fluker (as George Deever), Michael Hayden (as Dr. Jim Bayliss), Jenni Barber (as Lydia Lubey), Nehal Joshi (as Frank Lubey), and Chinasa Ogbuagu (as Sue Bayliss)
Design: Douglas W. Schmidt
Lighting: Natasha Katz
Costume: Jane Greenwood
Sound: John Gromada
Other info: Original Music by Bob James, Video & Projection
Design: by Jeff Sugg, and Hair & Wig
Design: by Tom Watson


227 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, United States, 10036


Orchestra & Mezzanine levels fully accessible for those with mobility disabilities

More information about All My Sons

Tony Award nominee Annette Bening and Tony winner Tracy Letts costar as the conflicted and grief-stricken Kellers in the third Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons.” In the work that launched the Pulitzer-winning playwright’s career, Joe and Kate Keller are impatiently waiting for their son, Larry, to come home from World War II — even though it’s been three years or so since he’s gone missing.

While Kate remains hopeful for his return, her other son, Chris, has already moved on — so much so, that he’s planning to propose to his brother’s former fiancée, Ann. Things become complicated, however, when it’s revealed that Ann’s father is in prison for a war crime he committed with the help of Joe Keller. As details begin to unravel as to why the two fathers sold defective parts for use in war planes, secrets, and motives are unearthed over the course of Miller’s tragic tale that divide the Kellers even further.

What to watch for

“All My Sons” premiered on Broadway in 1947, and it was revived in 1987 and 2008, making this production its third revival. It has also been adapted into films in 1948, 1958 and 1987 as well as a 1950 radio play.

This Broadway production will run at the same time as a British revival, starring Sally Field and Bill Pullman, at London’s Old Vic.

Renowned director Elia Kazan helmed the original production of “All My Sons”; Miller dedicated the play to Kazan, who is said to have guided Miller through rewrites and rehearsals.

Arthur Miller wrote “All My Sons” after his first play, “The Man Who Had All the Luck” lasted on Broadway for only four performances. “All My Sons” was Miller’s final attempt before finding “some other line of work.”

“All My Sons” is based on a true story that Miller read in an Ohio newspaper, which described how the Wright Aeronautical Corporation conspired with army inspection officers to approve defective aircraft engines.


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