Gulfshore Playhouse Nails Another

The theater’s great repertoire continues with Arthur Miller’s All My Sons.

BY April 8, 2014

While the title of greatest American playwright is certainly debatable, Arthur Miller is certainly in the running. The Death of a Salesman penman was awarded the first Tony ever given to a playwright, and he won it for All My Sons—now playing at the Norris Center thanks to the ever-impressive Gulfshore Playhouse. Through April 19, catch the emotional drama about George Deever’s return from war to 1940s Ohio to find his father in prison for producing fatally defective airplane parts—while his business partner remains unscathed—and all the intensity that follows.

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