Come see the Theater Guild's last show of the season, Arthur Miller's award-winning American drama "All My Sons." Written in 1947, the show ran on Broadway for 11 months, a total of 328 performances, and won Tony Awards for both Best Author and Best Direction of a Play. Set in the aftermath of World War II in suburban America, All My Sons explores one family's pursuit of the American Dream while overcoming the grief of a lost son and brother, and guilt over events that occurred during the war. This play will take audiences through twists and turns as a family tries to cope with the decisions they have made, while trying to maintain their American Dream. A popular American classic, All My Sons is an excellent way to keep you on the edge of your seat as we close out the Kent County Theater Guild's 59th season.