One of America’s greatest playwrights, Pulitzer Prize winner Arthur Miller (The Crucible, Death of a Salesman), wrote chilling dramas that offer incisive commentary on America while cutting to the heart of human nature and relationships. All My Sons, produced by the Peace Mountain Theatre Company (PMTC) at Potomac’s Congregation Har Shalom, is a searing criticism of the American Dream and also a timeless exploration of the relationship between a father and his sons. In the years following World War II, the Keller family continues to hope for their MIA son Larry to be found alive. Amid accusations of war crimes and the slow realization that Larry will never return, the Kellers must face their family secrets. Miller’s tragedy is as timeless as it is heartbreaking.