I think this is the fourth time I have seen Arthur Miller's play All My Sons and although I have seen other very good productions, this is the best for the magnificent acting of Bill Pullman as the engineering firm chief, Joe Keller, Sally Field as his wife Kate and Colin Morgan as their son Chris. It is a difficult play to write about without the big reveal which would spoil the play for anyone seeing it for the first time.
Set in an American town in the 1940s, the play looks at the conflict between the pressure to make money and ethics or personal responsibility. The cupboards are full of metaphorical skeletons. Director Howard Davies, who two years ago directed the acclaimed production of The Iceman Cometh in London and on Broadway, has revived Miller's play in a tense and exciting production.