All My Sons announces further casting

Additional casting has been announced for the upcoming Broadway production of Arthur Miller�s All My Sons. Becky Ann Baker, Christian Camargo, Jordan Gelber and Danielle Ferland will join the previously announced stars, John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest, Patrick Wilson and Katie Holmes.

Becky Ann Baker will play Sue Bayliss. Her Broadway credits include: 'Assassins,' 'Titanic,' 'A Streetcar Named Desire' and 'The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas.'

Christian Camargo will play George Deever. He made his Broadway debut in 'Skylight.' His other New York credits include 'Design for Living,' and 'Henry V' and 'Timon of Athens' at the New York Shakespeare Festival, and Steve Martin�s 'Underpants.' He is a founding company member of Shakespeare�s Globe Theater in London.

Jordan Gelber will play Frank Lubey. He appeared on Broadway in 'Avenue Q.' Danielle Ferland will play Lydia Lubey. She originated the role of 'Little Red Riding Hood' in 'Into the Woods', other Broadway credits include: 'A Year With Frog and Toad,' 'The Crucible' and 'A Little Hotel on the Side,' 'Sunday in the Park with George.'

All My Sons: Joe and Kate Keller lost their eldest son three years ago in the war, but Kate cannot give up believing that he is still alive. Chris, their only surviving son, has fallen in love with his brother�s fianc�e Ann, and brings her to the Keller home to tell his parents of their new relationship and their plans to marry. In the confrontation that follows, cracks begin to appear in everyone's stories, lies are exposed, and a secret is revealed that could destroy them all.

All My Sons will open at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre on 16 Oct 2008, following previews from 18 Sep 2008, playing a limited engagement through to 11 Jan 2009.

Directed by Simon McBurney, All My Sons will feature set and costume design by Tom Pye, and is being produced on Broadway by Eric Falkenstein.

Additional creative team members and casting will be announced shortly.

All My Sons first played on Broadway in 1947 and won two Tony Awards, that production starred Ed Begley as 'Joe Keller'. The drama was revived in 1987 and won a Tony Award for Best Revival. That production earned Richard Kiley a Tony nomination for his portrayal of 'Joe Keller.'

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