This October Nottingham Playhouse is taking on Arthur Miller’s classic All My Sons.
With rehearsals now underway, we’re excited to announce the full cast for this production ahead of its opening on Fri 6 October.
Leading the cast as Joe Keller is Sean Chapman whose previous theatre credits include Richard ll; Henry IV part 1 and 2; Henry V (RSC: Stratford/Barbican/B.A.M. New York); Angels in America; Rutherford and Son; Fair Ladies; The Princes’ Play; Sleep With Me (National Theatre) and Certain Young Men; Enemies (Almeida).
Playing his wife Kate is Caroline Loncq who has previously appeared in Home Truths (Cardboard Citizens); Broken Glass (Tricycle/Vaudeville) and Scorched (Old Vic Tunnels).
Taking on the role of their son Chris is Cary Crankson who has appeared in another Arthur Miller classic A View from the Bridge (Wyndhams Theatre / Old Vic) as well as Dial M for Murder (Fronton Summer Theatre) and Tony in Abigail’s Party (Leicester Curve).
The fragile calm of their life is ripped apart with the arrival of an unexpected visitor. Deep wounds are opened and the family has to confront the truth behind their comfortable lives.
Shauna Shim returns to Nottingham Playhouse in the role of Sue Bayliss, after previously appearing in our Neville Studio in Mrs Green: The Musical. Other credits include Cadillac Ranch (Soho Theatre) and Four; Worker’s Writes (Royal Court Theatre).
We will also be welcoming back Kammy Darweish, in the role of Dr Jim Bayliss, who recently starred in the Nottingham Playhouse and Northern Stage co-production of East is East. He has also appeared in Wild Honey (Hampstead Theatre) and Antony and Cleopatra; Holy Warriors (Shakespeare Globe).
Ann Deever and George Deever will be played by Eva-Jane Willis whose credits include Perfect Match (Watford Palace); Winter Hill (Octagon Theatre Bolton); Magnificence (Finborough); Maigret Sets A Trap (ITV) and Humans (AMC), and Ben Lee who has appeared in The Hairy Ape (The Old Vic); Dr Faustus; King Lear (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre) and Othello (Sheffield Crucible).
Lydia Lubey will be played by Sasha Frost, The Lightning Child (Shakespeare’s Globe); Gutted (Theatre Royal Stratford East) and Suspension (Bristol Old Vic)
Frank Lubey will be played by Patrick Osborne who has also appeared at Nottingham Playhouse before in Noises Off, produced with Nuffield Southampton Theatres and Northern Stage, as well as Shakespeare in Love (Noel Coward Theatre, West End) and Peter Pan (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre).
All My Sons is family drama at its best: gripping and powerful, and written by one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th Century, Pulitzer Prize-winner Arthur Miller (Death of a Salesman, The Crucible and A View from the Bridge).
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All My Sons runs at Nottingham Playhouse from Fri 6 – Sat 21 Oct 2017