‘All My Sons’: Two Shows in the Abbey Centre, Sunday March 6th

We are delighted to announce that there will be two performances of Arthur Miller’s ‘All My Sons’ on Sunday, March 6th, in the Abbey Arts Centre, Ballyshannon, at 4pm and 8.30 pm.

We look forward to getting back on the Abbey Arts Centre stage in front of a home crowd after such a long time away, and especially with this fantastic play! These two shows will give us a great boost before we hit the festival circuit, with our first festival appearance two days later on March 8th.

Booking is now available via the Abbey Arts Centre website – click the button below:


Joe Keller, the patriarch in All My Sons, desperately wants to secure and maintain the financial security and legacy he spent so many years building, ready to hand it down to his surviving son Chris. At the same time, Joe’s wife Kate is still waiting for their eldest son Larry to return from war, determined that he is alive and will marry the former girl-next-door, Ann –the daughter of Joe’s former business partner who is sitting in prison, punished for Joe’s crimes. To complicate this family drama, Chris and Ann are in love and want to get married. In All My Sons, Arthur Miller creates a post-war American family in a tragic downfall of lies, greed, love, and loss, and demands its audience examine their own social responsibilities to all the sons of American wars.A stunning Miller play as relevant now as then.


Joe Keller – Richard Hurst

Kate Keller – Rachel O’Connor

Chris Keller – Troy Devanny

Ann Deever – Deirdre Ferguson

George Deever – Terence Mc Eneaney

Dr. Jim Bayliss – Tony Liston

Sue Bayliss – Ailis Mc Intyre

Frank Lubey – Ronan Drummond

Lydia Lubey – Audrey Davitt

Bert – John Mc Hugh

Production Team and Crew:

Assistant Director – Carl Duggan

Continuity – Linda Ritchie

Lighting – Chris Dykes & Shane Patterson

Sound Design – Trish Keane

Sound – Seán O’Connor

Costumes – Rachel O’Connor & Trish Keane

Set Design & Construction – Trish Keane, Paul McGonigle, John Travers, Rachel O’Connor, Carl Duggan, Mark Kirby, Seán O’Connor, Aiden McGuinness