All My Sons is the Tony award-winning drama that arrived on Broadway in 1947 (directed by Elia Kazan) and was brought to film in 1948, starring Edward G. Robinson and Burt Lancaster. Directed by Steve Black of Salem and produced by Janet Sheehan of Marblehead, All My Sons spotlights the Kellers, a seemingly "all American" family as they struggle with the father's decision to conceal a deadly error during World War II. Friends and family are thrown into a fury as they try to cope with the deceit. Audiences are spellbound as family bonds are stretched to the brink. Featuring John Macero of Winthrop, Josephine D'Angelo of Needham, Alex Grover and Ursina Amsler of Salem, Rosie Sowa of Cumberland, RI, Rick Boomer of Beverly, Victoria Cimino of Bedford, MA, Michael McCormack of Boston, Rich Bockelkamp of Lynn, and Murphy Bachner of Marblehead.