Review: Annette Bening, Tracy Letts and a question of American morality in 'All My Sons'

The carpentry of an Arthur Miller play, all that sawing, hammering and sanding of wood, can sometimes distract from the impressiveness of the house that has been theatrically constructed. “All My Sons,” the 1947 Broadway play that established Miller as a major American dramatist, loads a tremendous...

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