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All My Sons

Katie Holmes, John Lithgow, Patrick Wilson and Dianne Wiest star in the revival of Arthur Miller's drama.

Baker, Camargo, Gelber & Ferland Join Broadway Revival of All My Sons

Baker, Camargo, Gelber & Ferland Join Broadway Revival of All My Sons
Becky Ann Baker

About the Show


Becky Ann Baker, Christian Camargo, Jordan Gelber and Danielle Ferland have joined previously announced stars John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest, Patrick Wilson and Katie Holmes in the forthcoming Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's All My Sons. The play will begin previews on September 18 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre and open on October 16, playing a limited engagement through January 11, 2009. The revival is being produced by Eric Falkenstein and directed by Simon McBurney.

Miller's first successful play, All My Sons was inspired by the true story of a successful businessman who knowingly sold the government defective airplane parts during World War II with tragic consequences. The truth comes out and his life unravels when his son prepares to marry his business partner's daughter. The original Broadway production won the Tony Award in 1947 and ran for 328 performances.

Baker Sue Bayliss has appeared on Broadway in Assassins, Titanic, A Streetcar Named Desire and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Her extensive off-Broadway credits include The Sisters Rosensweig Encores' Wonderful Town and The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told. Film credits include Spiderman 3, The Night Listener, War of the Worlds, Two Weeks Notice, A Simple Plan, In & Out and Unstrung Heroes.

Camargo George Deever made his Broadway debut in Skylight. His other New York stage credits include Design for Living, Henry V and Timon of Athens and Steve Martin's Underpants. He is a founding company member of Shakespeare's Globe Theater in London.

Gelber Frank Lubey appeared on Broadway in Avenue Q and off-Broadway in 2000 Years, Birth and After Birth and Jump! Film credits include the upcoming Pelham 1:23 and Before The Devil Knows You're Dead, Riding in Cars With Boys and Changing Lanes.

Ferland Lydia Lubey originated the role of Little Red Riding Hood in Into the Woods and has appeared on Broadway in A Year With Frog and Toad, The Crucible, A Little Hotel on the Side and Sunday in the Park with George and in the New York City Opera production of A Little Night Music. Off-Broadway credits include How I Learned to Drive and Uncommon Women and Others. Film credits include Mighty Aphrodite and Radio Days.

Additional casting and creative team will be announced shortly.

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