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Actors Theatre of San Francisco
855 Bush St. San Francisco, CA 94108
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"All My Sons"
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4.5 average rating
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54 reviews
73 stars
attended May 13 2010

As always, an excellent night of entertainment at the Actors Tehatre. I plan to go back during the run as there were definitely a couple of rough spots that I'm sure will be worked out. The acting was a bit uneven, but the parents and son more...continued

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2 stars
attended May 19 2010

Excellent! Actors Theatre's focus on strong acting and well paced storytelling make this a play worth seeing. I'm going back and taking my boyfriend next time.

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2 reviews
1 stars
attended May 20 2010

A wonderful small professional theater in San Francisco. A compelling play, very timely, and wonderful performances.

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All My Sons, the first great success of Arthur Miller’s supremely influential career, is a compelling story of love, guilt and the corrupting power of greed. Joe Keller (Randy Hurst) is alleged to have supplied World War II fighter planes with defective engines, leading to the deaths of innocent pilots – a crime for which his business partner took the fall. One of Keller’s sons, himself a pilot, is thought to have been killed in action. But his mother (Joyce Henderson) can’t accept his death and equally, can’t accept that her dead son’s fiancée has transferred her affections to her other son. The confrontations that ensue lead to the uncovering of a shameful family secret.

About the Ticket Supplier: Actors Theatre of San Francisco

Founded in August of 1989 by a group of professional actors and directors who shared a common desire to produce ensemble theatre works, the founding members of the Actors Theatre of San Francisco committed themselves to creating a permanent repertory company whose work would reflect their ideals of ensemble theatre: a theatre where all the participants share the same artistic vision, have a unified approach to the rehearsal process and a desire to create revelatory theatre that surpasses their desire for individual gain. The founding members gave themselves no restriction as to style, content or period. Instead, they committed themselves to producing theatre that is designed to enlighten and illuminate the human condition.