Movie icon Robert Redford is considering a return to the Broadway stage after being offered the lead in a revival of Arthur Miller's ALL MY SONS. The HORSE WHISPERER star is reportedly excited about the prospect of returning to the New York theatre and has been in talks with producer EMANUEL AZENBERG in a bid to make the ambitious project happen. The 1947 play, which earned Miller a Tony Award, focuses on a businessman who knowingly sold faulty airplane parts to the US Air Force during World War II. Redford last appeared on Broadway in the original 1963 production of Neil Simon's BAREFOOT IN THE PARK.