Arthur Miller's All My Sons Dissects the American Dream
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The last date listed for All My Sons was Saturday March 2, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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The dangers of workplace romances are explored to both comic and dramatic effect in this revival of the 1954 Tony Award-winning musical. At the Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory, sparks fly between Sid Sorokin, the new factory superintendent, and Babe Williams, leader of the union grievance committee. Their stormy relationship comes to a head when the workers strike for a pay increase, setting off a conflict between management and labor, not to mention a battle of the sexes. A true slice-of-'50s-era-life, the still-resonant storyline also boasts a timeless jazzy score by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross, featuring songs like "Steam Heat," "Hey There" and "Hernando's Hideaway." This ever-popular show won the Tony for Best Revival when it appeared on Broadway in 2006, starring Harry Connick, Jr. Learn More
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Featured review from mariaelena
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I enjoyed this play. The cast was strong,and they did a great job. All My Sons is not as well-known as Death of a Salesman, but it is every bit as powerful. I had never been to this the theater, but it was quite intimate. All of the seats were good. Goldstar provided me with good seats right in the center.
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Excellent cast! So much emotion. The set wasn't great, but sufficient to get the feeling of a back yard. I was thouroughly impressed with the caliber of performances especially for a community theatre. I would recommend this show to anyone...continued
About the Ticket Supplier: Whittier Community Theatre
Founded in 1922, the Whittier Community Theatre presents a four-show season in the attractive, refurbished 396-seat Center Theatre, located in the Whittier Community Center. WCT has been in continuous operation since its inception making it the oldest non-profit amateur theatre west of the Mississippi.