All My Sons

  • Fri 28 Oct - Sat 19 Nov
  • Directed by Michael Rudman

Michael Rudman


His extensive career within theatre has included roles as Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre and Sheffield Theatres as well as director of the National Theatre’s Lyttelton Theatre.

Directing credits include: Chin Chin (Theatre Royal Windsor & Bill Kenwright UK Tour), Berlin Hanover Express (Hampstead Theatre), A Man For All Seasons (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Present Laughter (Theatre Royal Bath), Fallen Angels and Donkeys Years (Globe Theatre), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Sheffield Crucible Theatre), Making It Better (Criterion Theatre), Our Betters, Tallulah, The Admirable Crichton, Mansfield ParkEurydice, The Merry Wives Of Windsor, Rumours, The Wizard Of Oz (Chichester Festival Theatre), Fathers and SonsSix Characters In Search Of An Author, Ting Tang Mine, Waiting For Godot, Brighton Beach Memoirs, The Magistrate, Measure For Measure, The Second Mrs Tanquarey, Harlequinade, The Browning Version, Thee and Me, Death of a Salesman, For Services Rendered (National Theatre), Death of a Salesman (Broadhurst Theatre, New York; starring Dustin Hoffman & John Malkovich – winner of the Tony Award for Best Revival, 1984), Taking Steps (Lyric Theatre); and for Hampstead Theatre, Gloo Joo (Hampstead & Criterion Theatre), Clouds (Hampstead & Duke of York’s Theatre), Alphabetical Order (Hampstead & The Mayfair Theatre), The Ride Across The Lake Constance (Hampstead & Mayfair Theatre), Hamlet (Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Centre, Broadway) Donkey's Years (Globe Theatre), Hamlet (Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Centre, Broadway), Black and White Winstrel, Carravaggio Buddy, Curtains (Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh), The Changing Room (Longwharf Theatre & Morosco Theatre, New York). His book I Joke Too Much: The Theatre Director’s Tale was published in 2014.