‘All My Sons’ to close MSC season

Kyle Evans plays Chris Keller and Stephanie Hess plays Ann Deever in “All My Sons,” which will be performed Wednesday through Saturday, April 13-16, in Robinson Theatre in Mesa State College’s Moss Performing Arts Center.



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Kyle Evans plays Chris Keller and Stephanie Hess plays Ann Deever in “All My Sons,” which will be performed Wednesday through Saturday, April 13-16, in Robinson Theatre in Mesa State College’s Moss Performing Arts Center.

Mesa State College’s spring semester is winding to a close, which means the theater arts department is ready to give its final main stage performance of the season.

Arthur Miller’s play “All My Sons” will be the large production of the 2010–11 season for the college students.

The play is based on story of the Keller family in the wake of World War II.

Joe Keller, who has run a successful factory for decades, has a secret that will affect those closest to him.

Joe’s oldest son, Larry, was declared missing in the war and his youngest son, Chris, is about to propose to Larry’s girlfriend.

The play is rated PG.

Tickets for “All My Sons” are available at the Mesa State box office, 248-1604. They are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and $6 for students.

The four performances of “All My Sons” will be at 7:30 nightly Wednesday through Saturday, April 13–16.



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