This delightful 1920s drawing room comedy was revived on Broadway and in London's West End with Rex Harrison and Claudette Colbert. Jeremy Brett, Lynn Redgrave and George Rose also starred in the Broadway production. It is a brilliant and sophisticated play concerned with the sympathetic and natural foibles of a very human set of people.
"Lonsdale's works fall somewhere between Wilde and Coward...an expert craftsman as well as a witty writer... Should prove not only instructive to theatre goers interested in this genre, but decidedly entertaining too." - New York Daily News
AREN'T WE ALL was first presented at the Gaiety Theatre in New York City on May 21, 1923.