Arthur Miller Play Still Powerful

Theater: ‘All My Sons’
Noel Desiato, Mark Feltch and Thomas Ovitt in “All My Sons” at TheatreWorks. Photo By Richard Pettibone

There are would-be playwrights ­— devoted, passionate writers who strive to capture the human condition in scenes and acts and probing dialogue.

There are talented playwrights who have listened and learned and dreamt enough to be able to capture the essence of human interaction and compress it into a two-hour spirited, insightful experience.

Then, there is Arthur Miller.

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