Did you know that All My Sons won Miller the first Tony award ever for playwriting? The story chronicles the events of a single summer day in which hard-working, self-made family man Joe Keller is forced to face the consequences of his past actions so that his son can have a better life.
A bold re-imagining of the last night in the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., The Mountaintop runs August 18-28, 2016 at the Chester Town Hall.
The story begins as screen legend Carole Lombard is anxious to get home after a WWII War Bonds tour, because she suspects that her husband, Clark Gable, could be cheating on her.
In one of the most unusual plays of the year, the characters Paige and Todd join an expedition in the Arctic, meet some sea otters and other surprises in this play with a message.
This heartfelt and poignant two-character drama follows Marianne, played by Kate Baldwin, a quirky quantum physicist, and Roland, played by Graham Rowat, a beekeeper.
Playing in Chester from August 3-14, Sister Play centers around Anna and Lilly, sisters whose long-defined roles in each other’s lives are dramatically altered when a mysterious stranger enters their midst.
Our reviewer Macey Levin writes that “A third of the way through this 85 minute play a corner is turned and we slowly find ourselves in a contemporary/teen-age version of Macbeth.”