Street Theater will present Arthur Millerís ĎAll My Sonsí on March 8, 9, 15,
16, 21, 22, and 23, at 8:00 p.m., and
March 17 and 24, at
greed, lust and tragedy abound in this iconic drama directed by Steve Rohe.
This production is based on a real incident that occurred in 1943 and was
brought to Millerís attention by his mother-in-law. Defective airplane parts
were sold to the military, resulting in catastrophic consequences. The story
revolves around the Kellers and the Deevers. They had been neighbors and the
men business partners, and their children grew up together.
Rohe, is a regular at 4th Street Theater and an avid Arthur Miller fan. Rohe
has previously directed Crucible, as well as Enemy of the People
(translation by Arthur Miller) and has performed in Death of a Salesman.
Rohe is excited to
bring this dramatic piece to the stage of 4th Street Theater and he proudly
proclaims his cast members and crew as both incredibly talented and
include Donald Beck of Michigan City as Joe Keller, Barb Malangoni of
Valparaiso as Kate Keller, Rodney Thornton of Hobart as Chris Keller, Erin
Shields of Chesterton as Anne Deever, Thomas Knoerzer of Portage as George
Deever, Emily Gulbransen of Hobart as Lydia Lubey, Jeff Schultz of
Valparaiso as Frank Lubey, Mark McColley of Valparaiso as Dr. Jim Bayliss,
and Laura Toops of Merrillville as Sue Bayliss.
is Victoria Luster Bartz, Stage Manager is Rea Robinson, and Production
Supervisor is Jude Tanter.
Cost of tickets is
$20. Call to reserve seats at 219-926-7875, or at
or order tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com.