Miller masterpiece comes to Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch for first time in over 60 years

Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch will open its Spring 2022 season with a stunning revival from Director Douglas Rintoul of Arthur Miller’s powerful landmark drama All My Sons from February 10 – March 5.

The cast is led by David Hounslow, who is best known for his roles in Coronation Street and Doctors, as Joe and Eve Matheson, who is best known for her roles as Zoe Angell in the BBC sitcom May to December and Becky Sharp in the BBC adaptation of Vanity Fair, as Kate.

It’s 1947 and successful ‎businessman Joe Keller and his wife Kate are living the American dream in their idyllic suburban neighbourhood. Summer wedding plans are afoot for their son and his fiancée. Shadows of the war are slowly fading. But nothing‎ lasts forever. And a familiar visitor arrives to unbury secrets from the past, which will tear their lives apart…

This compelling masterpiece, based on a true story, established Arthur Miller as one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th century.

Director Douglas Rintoul said: “We are delighted to kick off the year as we mean to go on, bringing world-class drama to the stage at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch.

“This will be the first production of Miller’s masterpiece at the theatre since 1959.”

To book tickets go to: www.queens-theatre.co.uk

Mick Ferris

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