Photo Flash: First Look at The REP's ALL MY SONS at Pittsburgh Playhouse

The REP, Point Park University's professional theatre company, opens its 2013-2014 season with All My Sons, Arthur Miller's riveting story of a seemingly All-American family caught up in the struggle between personal responsibility and their duty to the nation. Directed by Robert A. Miller, All My Sons runs now through September 22 in the Rauh Theatre at the Pittsburgh Playhouse. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

Arthur Miller's first commercial success, All My Sons, tells the story of Joe Keller, a loving family man and successful businessman who harbors a tragic secret. While one son is presumed dead, missing in action during the war, his other son prepares to propose to the woman he loves, and, in one emotional day, Joe's world begins to unravel before his very eyes. The play opened on at the Coronet Theatre in New York City in January 1947 and won Tony Awards for best author and best direction of a play.

The REP's production of All My Sons features Philip Winters asJoe Keller, Penelope Miller Lindblom as Kate Keller, ShaunCameron Hall as Chris Keller, Daina Michelle Griffith as Ann Deever, Justin Fortunato as George Deever, David Cabot as Dr.Jim Bayliss, Amy Landis as Sue Bayliss, Mark Tinkey as Frank Lubey, Erika Cuenca as Lydia Lubey, and Nicholas Vanhorenbeck as Bert. Scenic design is by Stephanie Mayer-Staley, lighting design by Lloyd Sobel, sound design byStEve Shapiro, and costume design by Joan Markert. Alicia DeMara is the stage manager.

Robert A. Miller has served as a Distinguished Master Artist in Residence at the Point Park University's Conservatory of Performing Arts since 2009. An acclaimed Hollywood producer, director and screenwriter, he is best known for producing The Crucible, nominated for two Academy Awards and featuring Daniel Day-Lewis, Winona Ryder, Joan Allen and Paul Scofield. Miller also produced Focus, starring William H. Macy, Laura Dern and David Paymer. His directorial credits include Company of Angels in Hollywood, and Bend in the River, a live PBS broadcast featuring Ken Kesey. Miller has directed several plays for The REP, including his first-ever production of his father's Pulitzer Prize-winning play Death of a Salesman in 2008. He also directed The REP's world premieres of The Umbrella Man in 2010 and A Child's Guide to Heresy in 2011, and is a producer of the movie The Umbrella Man, filmed in 2012 in Pittsburgh and Dallas.

Tickets range from $24 to $27; preview tickets are $15. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Pittsburgh Playhouse box office at 412.392.8000, or online at Patrons can take advantage of the "Pay what you will" performance at 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 7, subject to availability.

New in 2013-2014, The REP's Talkback series, where the audience is invited to stay after the performance and discuss the show, has been moved to the matinee performance on the second Saturday of every show. For All My Sons, the Talkback session will be held after the 2 p.m. performance on Saturday, Sept. 14.

Photo Credit: Jeff Swensen

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Philip Winters, Penelope Lindblom

Daina Michelle Griffith, Philip Winters, Penelope Lindblom, Shaun Cameron Hall

Shaun Cameron Hall, Daina Michelle Griffith

Penelope Lindblom, Shaun Cameron Hall

Shaun Cameron Hall, Philip Winters, Daina Michelle Griffith, Penelope Lindblom

Penelope Lindblom

Shaun Cameron Hall, Daina Michelle Griffith

Shaun Cameron Hall, Justin Fortunato, Daina Michelle Griffith

Daina Michelle Griffith, Shaun Cameron Hall

David Cabot, Amy Landis

Philip Winters

Erika Cuenca, Mark Tinkey, Amy Landis

Nicholas Noah Vanhorenbeck, Philip Winters

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