November 21, 2011 11:00 PM

Robert Trussell | Corrosive secrets frame story in MET production of ‘All My Sons’

Arthur Miller’s 1947 drama “All My Sons” could be viewed as a warm-up to “Death of a Salesman,” and in it you see a fairly young playwright trying a bit too hard to be poetic and meaningful. The well-acted production onstage at the Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre captures many of the play’s strengths and reflects most of its flaws.

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