There must be something in the cultural moment because two major and starry revivals of Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” are opening this week. On Broadway, Roundabout’s production is helmed by Tracy Letts and Annette Bening, and at London’s Old Vic Theatre, the production stars Bill Pullman and Sally Field.    Before this production, “All My Sons” had not been seen on Broadway in just over a decade. The last version was directed by English experimentalist Simon McBurney and used many of his signature innovations, such as seating the entire cast on stage to watch the action unfold. Other Miller…

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