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Annette Bening to co-star with Tracy Letts in Broadway revival of 'All My Sons'

Annette Bening, who was last seen on in

Annette Bening, who was last seen on in Broadway in 1987, will star in "All My Sons" at American Airlines Theatre in April. Credit: Getty Images for IMDb/Rich Polk

Annette Bening will return to Broadway for the first time in more than 30 years when she co-stars with Tracy Letts in Roundabout Theatre Company's revival of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" in April.

The four-time Oscar nominee will play the wife of Letts' character, a businessman with a dark secret that he's kept hidden from his sons. The only other time that Bening, 60, appeared on Broadway was in the 1987 romance "Coastal Disturbances," for which she earned a featured actress Tony nomination.

Letts, 53, has been a regular presence on Broadway, both as a playwright (Tony winner "August: Osage County," "Superior Donuts") and as an actor, winning a best actor Tony for "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" in 2013.

"All My Sons" will begin previews at the American Airlines Theatre on April 4 and open on April 22. Miller's 1947 drama was last revived in 2008 starring John Lithgow, Dianne Wiest and, in her Broadway debut, Katie Holmes.

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