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All My Sons   

 
John Golden Theatre , (4/22/1987 - 5/17/1987)
First Preview:Apr 16, 1987 Total Previews:5
Opening Date:Apr 22, 1987   
Closing Date:May 17, 1987 Total Performances:31

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: The backyard of the Keller home on the outskirts of an American town. End of summer, 1946.


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Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Bernard B. Jacobs: President)
Produced by Jay H. Fuchs and Steven Warnick; Produced in association with Charles Patsos
Originally produced by The Long Wharf Theatre (M. Edgar Rosenblum, Executive Director; Arvin Brown, Artistic Director)
Written by Arthur Miller
Directed by Arvin Brown
Scenic Design by Hugh Landwehr; Costume Design by Bill Walker; Lighting Design by Ronald Wallace
General Manager: Darwall Associates; Company Manager: Michael Gill
Production Stage Manager: Zoya Wyeth; Production Supervisor: Arthur Siccardi; Assistant Stage Mgr: Stacey Fleischer
Press Representative: Shirley Herz Associates; Casting: Deborah Brown Casting; Advertising: Fisher / LeDonne / Wilner; Photographer: T. Charles Erickson and Armen Kachaturian
Cast
Richard Kiley Joe Keller
Jayne Atkinson Ann Deever
Christopher Curry George Deever
Dan Desmond Dr. Jim Bayliss
Dawn Didawick Lydia Lubey
Joyce Ebert Kate Keller
Kit Flanagan Sue Bayliss
Michael Maronna Bert
Stephen Root Frank Lubey
Jamey Sheridan Chris Keller
Standbys: Rose Arrick (Kate Keller), Wendy Barrie-Wilson (Ann Deever, Lydia Lubey, Sue Bayliss), Tracy Griswold (Chris Keller, Dr. Jim Bayliss, Frank Lubey, George Deever) and Rex Robbins (Joe Keller)
Tony Award®
 1987 Best Actor in Play [nominee]
Richard Kiley
 1987 Best Featured Actor in a Play [nominee]
Jamey Sheridan
winner 1987 Best Revival [winner]
Produced by Jay H. Fuchs and Steven Warnick; Produced in association with Charles Patsos