Alec Baldwin and Laurie Metcalf Star in All My Sons, Opening Tonight

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Emmy winner and Tony nominee Alec Baldwin stars in a revival of Arthur Miller’s classic drama about responsibility, All My Sons, which officially opens June 13 following previews that began June 9.

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Baldwin appears opposite Laurie Metcalf at Guild Hall in the wealthy resort town of East Hampton, Long Island, in a production directed by Stephen Hamilton.

Baldwin earned his Emmy on TV’s "30 Rock," and earned his Tony nomination in 1992 playing Stanley Kowalski in a revival of A Streetcar Named Desire opposite Jessica Lange. He has appeared on Broadway four times, most recently in an April 2013 production of Orphans, which ran just a month. The production made headlines when Baldwin’s intended co-star, Shia LeBeouf, resigned from the production. Baldwin was recently announced to star in a yet-untitled HBO series as the mayor of New York.

All My Sons, Miller’s 1947 drama about a World War II munitions maker who produced defective parts and then let his business partner take the blame, has been revived twice on Broadway, most recently with John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest and Katie Holmes.

It runs Tuesdays through Sundays at 8 PM, except for a matinee on Sunday, June 28 at 3 PM. There will be no performance on June 17.

Guild Hall is a museum and performing arts center in East Hampton with a long history of presenting celebrities in classics. 

The production is being produced by Guild Hall in association with Roy Furman and Ellen Myers.

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