Annette Bening and Tracy Letts to Star in Broadway Revival of All My Sons | Playbill

Broadway News Annette Bening and Tracy Letts to Star in Broadway Revival of All My Sons
Roundabout Theatre Company will bring Arthur Miller's play back to Broadway in the spring.
Annette Bening and Tracy Letts
Annette Bening and Tracy Letts John Rou/Jim Luning

Golden Globe winner and Academy, Tony, and Emmy nominee Annette Bening and Tony winner Tracy Letts will return to Broadway in a spring Roundabout Theatre Company revival of All My Sons. Tony winner Gregory Mosher (A View From The Bridge, Love Letters) will direct the Arthur Miller play in the American Airlines Theatre.

Gregory Mosher
Gregory Mosher

Performances of All My Sons will begin April 4, 2019, ahead of an April 22 opening.

Bening will star as Kate Keller, and Letts will play Joe Keller. Additional casting and a design team will be announced at a later date.


In All My Sons, the Keller family continues to hope for the return of their son Larry in the years following WWII. Amidst accusations of war crimes and the impending reality that Larry will never return, the Kellers confront a host of family secrets.

Bening is a Tony nominee for her Broadway debut in Coastal Disturbances (1987). She was recently seen in Michael Mayer's film adaptation of The Seagull, and is a four-time Oscar nominee for her performances in The Kids Are All Right, Being Julia, American Beauty, and The Grifters.

Letts is a Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning playwright whose plays include August: Osage County, Superior Donuts, and, most recently, Mary Page Marlowe. As an actor, Letts has been seen on Broadway in The Realistic Joneses and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Tony Award) and in the films Lady Bird and The Post, among others.

All My Sons was last seen on Broadway in 2008 in a revival starring John Lithgow and Dianne Wiest. Unconnected to the Roundabout revival, the play will be revived in London next spring starring Sally Field and Bill Pullman with direction by Jeremy Herrin. That production will be presented in a partnership between Headlong Theatre and the Old Vic.

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