[P]enrith Players next production is Arthur Miller’s classic, All My Sons. It runs from Wednesday 25th to Saturday 28th April at the Playhouse at 19.30.
A missing son and an unwelcome guest, secrets and betrayals all converge in a day of reckoning in All My Sons, the latest production from the Penrith Players. Its a post-war gripping family drama from Arthur Miller, considered to be one of the greatest American playwrights, who also wrote The Crucible and Death of a Salesman.
“It’s a wonderfully dramatic play” said director, Ian Baker “It starts on a quiet Sunday morning with the Keller family enjoying the fruits of the American dream in their garden, but unwittingly their son brings about a chain of discoveries that rock their world. In less than 24 hours, everything changes. It’s as relevant today as ever.”
Tickets are available at www.penrithplayers.org.uk, on their Facebook page or from Penrith TIC, telephone 01768 867466 at £9, £8 concessions and £5 for students.