The headlines centered on the Broadway debut of Katie Holmes, but the real news regarding the revival of Arthur Miller's All My Sons at the Schoenfeld is the up-to-the-minute production given to the 1947 piece. The director, Simon McBurney, heads the UK-based theatre company, Complicite, renowned for its experimental shows, and he has abstracted the staging of the naturalistic play. John Lithgow, cast as World War II profiteer Joe Keller, introduces the show and sets the stage. He and his ...

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