Arthur Miller's first Broadway hit

Critic's choice: Theater

May 21, 2000|By J. Wynn Rousuck

Arthur Miller's latest play, "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan," is a current Tony Award nominee, but area audiences can see the esteemed playwright's first Broadway success at Washington's Arena Stage. "All My Sons," Miller's 1947 drama about a family devastated by the double tragedy of a son missing in action and a serious lapse of business ethics, opens Friday. Broadway veterans M. Emmet Walsh and Beth Fowler star under Molly Smith's direction. Pavel Dobrusky, who designed the set and lighting, says that as the secrets of this seemingly average middle-American family begin to emerge, his set "will reveal the horror that lies beneath the serene facade." "All My Sons" will continue through June 25 at Arena Stage, 1101 Sixth St. S.W., Washington. Tickets are $27-$45. Call 202-488-3300.

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