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Pictures of All My Sons

Arthur Miller’s All My Sons is often described of as a portrait of the family and of the working class. Something that grand can’t be captured on a simple web page. We do, however, have some pictures from that portrait to share with you….


All My Sons – All over the news!

All My Sons is getting quite a bit of news attention – no mean feat during an election season! Here are some of the articles about the show, the actors, and the theatrical process.

March 21, 2011March 21, 2011by In Shows

An Introduction to Theatrical Props

Not so long ago, Amy Johnson, props mistress for the upcoming musical 1776, was asked a few questions about how she figures out what props a show needs. Amy took the questions seriously, and wrote an excellent beginner’s guide to thinking like a props person. Here’s what she had to say:

March 21, 2011March 21, 2011by In Props

Twentieth Century: How the Train Works

Wheaton Drama’s current production, Twentieth Century, is set on a train. At every performance, we hear the audience gasp and applaud when the whole set lurches as the train leaves the station. So how did Doug Buethe and his crew build a moving set?


Twentieth Century Memorabilia

You’ve still got time to catch the show before the train (literally) leaves town! Not sure what the show’s about? Here are some pictures to feed your curiosity….


Wheaton Drama Casts a Classic Comedy

Wheaton Drama, Inc. (WDI) has cast its third show of the 2010-2011 season, Twentieth Century, adapted by Ken Ludwig from an original play by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur.