The Old Vic and Headlong Theatre’s production of All My Sons, directed by Jeremy Herrin and starring Sally Field and Bill Pullman with Jenna Coleman and Colin Morgan will be broadcast live from The Old Vic to cinemas around the UK and internationally* on Tuesday 14 May 2019 as part of National Theatre Live. All My Sons is the second production, following Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, at The Old Vic to be broadcast as part of NT Live. Further casting for All My Sons is also announced today.

America, 1947. Despite hard choices and even harder knocks, Joe and Kate Keller are a success story. They have built a home, raised two sons and established a thriving business.

But nothing lasts forever and their contented lives, already shadowed by the loss of their eldest boy to war, are about to shatter. With the return of a figure from the past, long buried truths are forced to the surface and the price of their American dream is laid bare.

Jeremy Herrin directs Sally Field and Bill Pullman, in Arthur Miller’s blistering drama. Further casting includes, Bessie Carter, Oliver Johnstone, Kayla Meikle and Sule Rimi who join the previously announced Jenna Coleman and Colin Morgan.

Suitable for ages 11+.

* North American dates to be announced in 2019
Sally Field plays Kate Keller. Her career has spanned over five decades, she is a two-time Academy Award and a three-time Emmy Award winner. Sally made her Broadway debut in 2002 in Edward Albee’s The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? and in 2004 received rave reviews for her role as Amanda in Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie (The Kennedy Center). In 2017, she revisited the role on Broadway, directed by Sam Gold, for which she was nominated for a Tony Award. Her extensive film credits include Places in the Heart (Academy Award and a Golden Globe for Best Actress); Norma Rae (Academy Award, Golden Globe, New York Film Critics Circle Award, National Board of Review Award, Los Angeles Film Critics Award, National Society of Film Critics honour and Cannes Film Festival Award for Best Actress); Lincoln (New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress); Smokey and the Bandit, Absence of Malice, Kiss Me Goodbye, Steel Magnolias, Forrest Gump, An Eye for An Eye, Mrs. Doubtfire, Soapdish, Not Without My Daughter, The End, Hooper, Stay Hungry and Hello, My Name is Doris. She starred in both Punchline and Murphy’s Romance, which were produced by her production company, Fogwood Films. On television Sally began her career in 1964 in the series Gidget and went on the star in The Flying Nun in 1967. She has received Emmy Awards for her title role in the series Sybil and for her performance in ER. She played Nora Walker in the ABC series Brothers & Sisters from 2006 to 2011 receiving an Emmy Award, a screen Actors Guild Award and two Golden Globe nominations. In 2012, Sally was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and in 2015 she was honoured by President Obama with the National Medal of Arts. She has served on the Board of Directors of Vital Voices since 2002 and also served on the Board of The Sundance Institute from 1994 to 2010. Sally’s highly anticipated memoir, In Pieces, was published in September and became an instant bestseller.

Bill Pullman plays Joe Keller. He has established himself amongst Hollywood's most well-respected
actors, amassing a career that has spanned decades and seen him working amongst the industry's top names in film, television and stage. He starred in the 2001 Broadway production of Edward Albee's The Goat, or Who is Sylvia?, which won the 2002 Tony Award for Best Play and 2003 Pulitzer for Drama, and for which he
was nominated for the 2002 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play. He also starred in Edward Albee's Peter and Jerry (Second Stage Theater, New York) for which he was nominated for the 2008 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play. He starred opposite Julia Stiles in the 2009 Broadway production of David Mamet's Oleanna. In 2017, Bill starred in a wide array of film projects including Battle of the Sexes alongside Emma Stone and Steve Carrell, LBJ opposite Woody Harrelson, The Ballad of the Lefty Brown and Walking Out. He was last seen in Trouble opposite Angelica Houston and Denzel Washington in The Equalizer 2, He was the lead in the indie Cold War drama, The Coldest Game which will be released in 2019. Other film credits include Independence Day, Spaceballs, Independence Day: Resurgence, The Equalizer, Surveillance, The Cove, Bottle Shock, Scary Movie 4, The Grudge, While You Were Sleeping, The Last Seduction, Mr. Jones, Malice, Sleepless in Seattle, A League Of Their Own, Newsies, Ruthless People and Lost Highway. Bill is currently starring in the second season of The Sinner, for which he was nominated for a 2018 Critics Choice Award. Additional television credits include 1600 Penn, Torchwood and Revelations.

Bessie Carter plays Lydia Lubey. Theatre credits include King Lear (The Old Vic); The Roundabout (Park Theatre) and Baskerville (Liverpool Playhouse). Her film and television credits include Les Miserables, The Good Liar, Cranford, Howards End, Beecham House, Doc Martin and Trevor Island.

Jenna Coleman plays Ann Deever. She is best known for playing the title role in the ITV drama Victoria, and for her starring role as Clara, in the BBC’s Doctor Who, for which she was nominated for a BAFTA. Jenna was recently seen in the BBC’s 4-part drama The Cry. Other television credits include Death Comes To Pemberley, Dancing On The Edge, Titanic, BAFTA winning Room At The Top, and Waterloo Road. Notable film credits include Me Before You and Captain America.

Oliver Johnstone plays George Deever. Theatre credits include Imperium (RSC/Gielgud Theatre); Tribes (Sheffield Crucible); King Lear, Cymbeline (RSC/ Barbican/BAM); Teddy Ferrara (Donmar Warehouse); Oppenheimer (RSC/Vaudeville Theatre); Spring Awakening (Headlong Theatre); Another Country (Chichester Festival Theatre) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre). Television credits include Loaded, Inspector George Gently, The Syndicate, Little Crackers, Lewis and Whitechapel. Film credits include Ironbark, On Chesil Beach, The Inbetweeners 2 and Skyfall.

Kayla Meikle plays Sue Bayliss. Theatre credits include Ear For Eye, Primetime (Royal Court); Dance Nation (Almeida); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Jack & the Beanstalk (Lyric, Hammersmith); I Have a Mouth & I Will Scream, People Who Need People, Streets (Vaults Festival); Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet (National Theatre); The Taming of the Shrew (Arts Theatre); Operation Black Antler (Blast Theory); Merlin (Nuffield Southampton Theatres) and All That Lives (Ovalhouse). Television credits include The Capture, Afterlife, Will and Bitesize Learning. Film credits include Soundproof, State Zero, Every Eight Minutes and Samira’s Party.

Colin Morgan plays Chris Keller. Theatre credits include Translations (National Theatre); Gloria (Hampstead Theatre); Mojo (Harold Pinter Theatre); The Tempest (Shakespeare's Globe); Our Private Life (Royal Court); A Prayer For My Daughter, Vernon God Little (Young Vic) and All About My Mother (The Old Vic). Colin's television credits include Humans, The Living and The Dead, The Fall and Merlin. His film credits include The Happy Prince, Legend, Testament of Youth, Island and Waiting for You. Colin will play the lead role in upcoming film Benjamin which premiered at London Film Festival this year.

Sule Rumi plays Dr. Jim Bayliss. Theatre credits include Sweat, Measure for Measure (Donmar Warehouse); Love and Information, Desire Under the Elms (Sheffield Crucible); Barber Shop Chronicles (National Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Australia/ New Zealand Tour); Hamlet, Who’s There? (Flute/English touring Theatre); The Odyssey: Missing, Presumed Dead (English Touring Theatre); Mary Stuart, They Drink it in the Congo (Almeida); The Suicide (National Theatre); The Rolling Stone (Royal Exchange Manchester, West Yorkshire Playhouse and Orange Tree Theatre) and Bordergame (National Theatre of Wales). Television credits include Black Earth Rising, Death in Paradise, Birds of a Feather, Strikeback, Unforgotten, DNN: Definitely Not Newsround, Stella, Crash, Caerdydd, Scrum IV, Operation, Bobble, Casualty, Doctor Who, Fondue, Sex and Dinosaurs and The Story of Tracey Beaker. Film credits include Pink Wall, Indifferent, The Adventurer: Curse Of The Midas Box, The Machine, Elfie Hopkins and The Gammons, Little Munchkin, Francis, Prawn and Starter For Ten.

Jeremy Herrin is Artistic Director of Headlong. His directing credits for Headlong include Labour of Love (Noël Coward Theatre); People, Places and Things (National Theatre/West End/UK Tour/New York); This House (National Theatre/West End/UK Tour), Common (National Theatre); The House They Grew Up In (Chichester Festival Theatre); Junkyard (Bristol Old Vic/Theatr Clwyd/Rose Theatre Kingston); The
Nether (Royal Court/West End); Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (UK Tour) and The Absence of War (UK Tour). Other directing credits include the world premiere of Hilary Mantel’s Man Booker prize-winning novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies in two parts (RSC/West End/Broadway) for which he was nominated for an Olivier and Tony Award for Best Director, That Face (Royal Court/Duke of York’s); Tusk
Tusk for which he received an Evening Standard Award nomination, No Quarter, Hero and Kin, The Heretic, The Priory, The Vertical Hour (Royal Court); The Plough and the Stars (National Theatre, co-directed with Howard Davies); Noises Off (Broadway); The Moderate Soprano (Hampstead Theatre); Another Country (Chichester Festival Theatre /West End); The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare’s Globe); Uncle Vanya (Chichester Festival Theatre) and Absent Friends (Harold Pinter Theatre).
Between 2000 and 2008 Jeremy was Associate Director at Live Theatre in Newcastle upon Tyne and was Deputy Artistic Director at the Royal Court from 2009 until 2012.

Arthur Miller (1915-2005) was born in New York City and studied at the University of Michigan. His plays include All My Sons, Death of a Salesman, The Crucible, A View from the Bridge, A Memory of Two Mondays, After the Fall, Incident at Vichy, The Price, The Creation of the World and Other Business, The Archbishop's Ceiling, The American Clock and Playing for Time. Later plays include The Ride Down Mt. Morgan, The Last Yankee, Broken Glass, Mr. Peters’ Connections, Resurrection Blues, and Finishing the Picture. Other works include the novel Focus, the screenplay The Misfits, and the texts for In Russia, In the Country, and Chinese Encounters, three books in collaboration with his wife, photographer Inge Morath. Memoirs include Timebends: A life. He received many awards in his lifetime, including two Emmy Awards and three Tony Awards for his plays, a Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement, and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1949, for Death of a Salesman.

The Old Vic, The Cut, London SE1 8NB

Mon 15 Apr–Sat 08 Jun 2019
Mon–Sat: 7.30pm; Wed & Sat 2.30pm
Press night: Tue 23 Apr 2019, 7pm
Audio Described Performance: Tue 28 May 7:30pm (touch tour at 6pm)
Captioned Performance: Thu 30 May 7:30pm
Recommended age 11+
TICKETS: £12, £16, £21, £30, £55, £65
For information regarding PwC Previews or Premium Seats please call the box office
A limited number of tickets will be available for a live audience during the NT Live broadcast.

Book both The American Clock and All My Sons before 1 January 2019 and receive 15%. Available on bands A– C only. Excludes Saturday evening performances.


In a version by Jack Thorne Directed by Matthew Warchus
Until 19 Jan 2019
Mon–Sat: 7:30pm; Sat: 2:30pm
7pm – 5, 6, 11, 12, 18 & 19 Dec; 1pm – 12 & 19 Dec.
Additional matinee performances 7, 12, 16, 19, 23, 27, 28, 30, 31 Dec & 2 Jan (no mat Sat 29 Dec) See our website for the full performance schedule
Press night: 5 Dec 2018
Audio Described Performance: Tue 08 Jan 7.30pm (touch tour at 6pm)
Captioned Performance: Thu10 Jan 7.30pm
Recommended age 8+
Running time: Approximately 2 hours 5 minutes including 20min interval
TICKETS: £12, £16, £21, £30/£35, £55/£57.50 £65/£67.50
For information regarding PwC Previews or Premium Seats please call the box office

Mon 04 Feb–Sat 30 Mar 2019
Mon–Sat: 7.30pm; Wed & Sat 2.30pm
Press night: Tue 13 Feb 2019, 7pm
Audio Described Performance: Mon 25 Mar 7:30pm (touch tour at 6pm) Captioned Performance: Thu 28 Mar 7:30pm
Recommended age 11+
TICKETS: £12, £16, £21, £30, £55, £65

Dates and process to be announced.

Dates and process to be announced.

PwC £10 PREVIEWS: Available to everyone with half of the house priced at £10 for selected previews. SENIOR CITIZENS: Best available seats for £30 for all matinee performances only.
SCHOOL GROUPS: 10+ £12.50 for Mon–Wed performances. Please see our website for more details. STUDENTS: £12.50 for Mon–Thu performances
GROUPS: Group rates available, please see our website for more details.
DISABLED PATRONS: Top three price bands reduced to £21 for all performances. Please call 0344 871 7628 for access bookings.
All concessions are limited and subject to availability. All 2018 ticket prices correct at time of issue.