"EPIC AND TIMELY! A superb Huntington cast gives us Miller at his fiercest and most unflinching. During the climactic moments, everyone in the theatre seemed to be holding their breath. Karen MacDonald delivers a knockout performance!" — The Boston Globe
Joe Keller strives for the American Dream, but two years after WWII's end, his family still suffers from its aftershocks. When Chris, the elder son, announces his plan to marry his still missing-in-action brother's fiancée, a mother must confront her denial, a son his father's fallibility, and a father his true responsibilities. Arthur Miller's powerful story about personal responsibility won the 1947 Tony Award for Best Play and catapulted him among the ranks of America's greatest playwrights.
Approximate Running Time: 2 Hours and 30 minutes with one intermission