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Arthur Miller's post-war classic is put up as part of Everyman's 20th Anniversary celebration.
Plays set in World War II and its aftermath are usually an occasion for dividing the world into heroes and villains. But this script and this production instead reveal the hero and the villain within each person. When George, like the other Deevers and Kellers, is pulled from anger into polite kindness and back again, All My Sons provides a rare, welcome glimpse of the contradictions inside us all. (Geoffrey Himes)
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