a drama
by Arthur Miller
Full or nearly full houses watched this drama.
Produced in Cooperation with Dramatist Play Service   
Production Dates:
March 2-3, 9-11 & 16-17, 2001


ALL MY SONS by Arthur Miller is the sad Post-World War II story about the Kellers, a seemingly “All American” family. But the father, Joe Keller, has concealed a great sin. During the war, he allowed his factory to ship faulty airplane cylinders to the U.S. Armed Forces. Because of this, over twenty American pilots died.  Keller’s two sons, Larry and Chris, served during the war. Chris came back home. Larry’s airplane went down in China and the young man was declared MIA.  Through the three act play Joe is forced to realize that he may have very well supplied the parts to the plane his son, Larry, was flying when it went down.
Joe Keller’s realization in the end is that they were “All My Sons.”


Director:  Nancy Wolter
Producer:  Valerie Hass
Assistant Director:  Jeff Flannery
Stage Manager:  Kirk Hass
Set Design & Painting:  Floyd and Clemence Bell
Set Construction:  John W. Calder, Gordon Mosley, Paul Vandevert, Ben Comerzan, Steve Stokfisz, Dennis Decker, John Hoglen, Richard Moore, Kirk Hass, Jeff Flannery, Emily Tyrybon, and Phil Booth
Lights & Sound: Paul Vandevert
assisted by Cindy Hintz and Steve Stokfisz
Costumes:  Mary Calder
Hair & Make-up:  Julia Hoglen
Props:  Mark and Annette Ripper
assisted by Robin Blesener and Kirk Hass
with Special Thanks to Doug and Linda Liddle
Publicity:  Cindy Hintz
Programs:  Nancy Valentini
assisted by Karen Decker and Jane Pfeifer
Tickets:  Richard Moore and Bob Jones
Ushers:  Ron Williams, Jr.
Afterglow:  Elna J. Johnson


Joe Keller:  Richard Bulleri
Kate Keller:  Linda Hammell
Chris Keller:  Lance A. Abke
Ann Deever:  Emily Tyrybon
George Deever:  Ron Williams, Jr.
Dr. Jim Bayliss:  Gary Oberto
Sue Bayliss:  Tamara L. Gries
Frank Lubey:  Jeff Flannery
Lydia Lubey:  Stephanie Piquet and Nancy Valentini
Bert:  Derrick Marshall

Cast and Crew Digitized by Richard Bulleri