When: Fri., March 4, 7:30-9:30 p.m. 2016
Written about post-World War II experiences, All My Sons continues to resonate with today’s audiences. The play was a Broadway hit revival as news reports were flooded with moving stories of veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. The power of Miller’s story about war’s consequences for both veterans and civilians—of honor and sacrifice, of guilt, honesty, hope, and love—is as relevant today as when the play premiered in 1947. All My Sons teaches us that as we struggle in the aftermath of war and conflict, compassion and forgiveness provide the only means by which we will heal.