Sally Field and Bill Pullman to Join Cast of 'All My Sons'
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The new production, which will premiere next year, will mark the two actors' stage debut in London, England.

AceShowbiz - Sally Field and Bill Pullman are set to make their London stage debuts in a new production of Arthur Miller's All My Sons.

Field and Pullman will portray Kate and Joe Keller, respectively, in the show, which centres on a couple living the American dream in 1947 until a figure from its past returns.

According to Variety, the production will be directed by Jeremy Herrin and premiere at London's Old Vic Theatre next year (19).

This will be the first time Field and Pullman have appeared in a play together, but they both previously starred in Edward Albee's The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? at different times.

All My Sons first hit the stage in 1947, and a year later, was adapted for a film starring Edward G. Robinson, Mady Christians, and Burt Lancaster.

In 2008, it was revived on Broadway and featured John Lithgow and Dianne West as Joe and Kate Keller, while Patrick Wilson and Katie Holmes starred in supporting roles.

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