All My Sons was performed
Theater Center, Downstairs Mainstage,
2257 N. Lincoln
DATES AND TIMES August 31 - October 4, 2009
(previews 8/27 - 8/30)
Performance Times • Wednesdays at 7:30 pm
(9/23 & 9/30 only)
• Thursdays at 7:30 pm
• Fridays at 8 pm
• Saturdays at 4 pm & 8 pm
• Sundays at 2 pm
Running Time 2 hours 15 minutes,
including one intermission.
Post-show discussions (FREE) hosted by a TimeLine Company Member and featuring members of the production team and cast on
Thursdays 9/3, 9/10 and 9/17; Sundays 9/6 and 9/20; and Wednesday 9/23.
Sunday Scholars Series(FREE) on 9/13,
an hour-long post-show panel discussion featuring experts on the themes of the play. You do not need to see the performance on this day to attend the discussion. More info ...
Company Member Discussion on Sunday 9/27 (FREE). The heart of TimeLine is our Company members, who shape the artistic vision and choose the programming for the organization. Join them after this performance for an informal discussion to hear more about how the Company works and the process that brought this show to the stage.
"Take yourself to the Greenhouse Theater Center for Kimberly Senior’s beautiful, gut-wrenching and quite revelatory revival ... This new Chicago production is far, far simpler and far, far superior [than the recent Broadway revival]."
"TimeLine Theatre has done it again -- this time with a powerhouse revival of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" that has been brilliantly orchestrated by director Kimberly Senior ... Highly Recommended."
Chicago Stage Review:
"This is not only the most remarkable production that I have seen to date by
the already accomplished TimeLine Theatre, it is also one of the most
astoundingly acted productions that I have seen on a Chicago stage in years. This is a show that should not be missed by anyone who cares for theater and
should be mandatory viewing for anyone interested in the creation of it ... DO NOT MISS this poster play for the
best that theater has to offer."
A landmark classic from the legendary author of Death of a Salesman and The Crucible, this 1947 Tony Award winner for Best Play returns to the Chicago stage for the first time since an acclaimed Broadway revival last season. In the wake of World War II, a middle-class American family struggles with loss, love and an explosive secret from the past in this powerful drama about business ethics and responsibility.