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Good man makes bad decisions in Hubbard Hall drama "All My Sons"

David Braucher, left, is Joe Keller in the Hubbard Hall production of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons.” Pictured with him from left to right are Joan Coombs, who plays his wife, Melissa Herion, his daughter-in-law, and Josh Bywater, his son Chris.
David Braucher, left, is Joe Keller in the Hubbard Hall production of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons.” Pictured with him from left to right are Joan Coombs, who plays his wife, Melissa Herion, his daughter-in-law, and Josh Bywater, his son Chris.
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David Braucher likes to think that Joe Keller was a good guy who made a few bad decisions. He suggests that Arthur Miller felt the same way, and he’s hopeful that the Hubbard Hall audience on hand to see Miller’s 1947 masterpiece, “All My Sons,” feels similarly toward his character as it exits the theater. “Joe Keller is a great family man who was devoted to his sons, and his deepest desire was to hang ...


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