OTTAWA’S CINEMA FOR INTERNATIONAL AND INDEPENDENT MOVIES

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Thank you all for your support and we hope to see you very soon!

(Updated April 20)

 

 

National Theatre – All My Sons

From the National Theatre to our screen! Members $11, General Admission $15

Logo for the National Theatre recorded eventsArthur Miller’s play, his first big success, was written at the end of WWII, but audiences won’t be able to not think of the current problems at Boeing.

Poster for the National Theatre production of All My SonsJoe Keller (Pullman) is a successful businessman who is keeping his wife Kate (Field) in the dark about the fate of their eldest son, a soldier. Joe also knows more that he lets on about his firm’s disastrous approval of faulty airplane parts.

A visitor to the household becomes a catalyst for the truth in this searing drama of a family destroyed by lies.

– National Theatre


From Stage To Screen series:
Admission $15 General, $11 for ByTowne members

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