Photos: Opening night of Arvada Center's 'All My Sons'

by John Moore | Mar 06, 2018
Arvada Center's 'All My Sons'
Full photo gallery from the opening performance of the Arvada Center's 'All My Sons,' directed by Lynne Collins. To see more, click on the image above to be taken to our full, downloadable Flickr gallery.  Photos by John Moore for the DCPA NewsCenter at MyDenverCenter.Org.

Photos: Opening night of Arvada Center's All My Sons

Arthur Miller's breakthrough play All My Sons is based on the true story of an Ohio manufacturer who sold faulty parts to the U.S. military during World War II. Joe Keller, played by Sam Gregory, is made to face the true cost of his business choices and their devastating impact on his family.

The big-name cast features some of Denver's top actors, many with deep connections to the Denver Center, including:

  • All My Sons. Arvada Center. Sam Gregory: Joe Keller (More than 40 DCPA productions including Scrooge in A Christmas Carol)
  • Emma Messenger: Kate Keller
  • Lance Rasmussen: Chris Keller
  • Regina Fernandez: Ann Deever (DCPA's The Secret Garden)
  • Geoffrey Kent: George Deever (Acted in many DCPA productions, resident fight director, DCPA Education Teaching Artist and director of An Act of God)
  • Abner Genece: Dr. Jim Bayliss
  • Kate Gleason: Sue Bayliss (DCPA’s Don Quixote, The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Love's Labour's Lost and more, DCPA Education Teaching Arts)
  • Zachary Andrews: Frank Lubey (DCPA’s Romeo and Juliet, The Three Musketeers and more)
  • Jessica Austgen: Lydia Lubey (former DCPA Education Teaching Artist, member of Off-Center’s Cult Following and writer of Drag On)
  • Harrison Hauptman: Bert
  • August Reichert: Bert (DCPA's A Christmas Carol)
This is the final opening of the Arvada Center's second Black Box Theatre Company season. All My Sons, directed by Lynne Collins, runs through May 3 in repertory with Sense and Sensibility and The Electric Baby at 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., 720-898-7200 or

Production photos:

All My Sons at the Arvada Center, 2018

Emma Messenger and Sam Gregory. To see more, click on the image above to be taken to a full Flickr gallery. Matt Gale Photography 2018.

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John Moore
John Moore
Award-winning arts journalist John Moore has recently taken a groundbreaking new position as the DCPA’s Senior Arts Journalist. With The Denver Post, he was named one of the 12 most influential theater critics in the US by American Theatre Magazine. He is the founder of the Denver Actors Fund, a nonprofit that raises money for local artists in medical need. John is a native of Arvada and attended Regis Jesuit High School and the University of Colorado at Boulder. Follow him on Twitter @moorejohn.

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