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All My Sons – this month’s production by the Cotswold Players

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Fans of the television series “Masters Of The Air”, currently showing on Disney TV,  will be only too aware of the courage of the American pilots and aircrew who faced overwhelming odds in raids over Nazi Germany during the second World War.

The reliability of the planes they flew in was vital to their survival and relied on skilled mechanics and a steady stream of replacement parts to allow them to continue the fight.

Arthur Miller’s play “All My Sons”, on at the Cotswold Playhouse from Tuesday 19th March, was inspired by the true story of one successful businessman who knowingly sold the US government defective airplane parts during the war with tragic consequences.

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  • Isak 1 | All My Sons - this month's production by the Cotswold Players
  • Alice | All My Sons - this month's production by the Cotswold Players
  • Jan | All My Sons - this month's production by the Cotswold Players
  • Isak Alice 2 | All My Sons - this month's production by the Cotswold Players
  • Joe | All My Sons - this month's production by the Cotswold Players

In the gripping drama, the great American writer’s first successful play, the truth comes out and his fictional businessman’s life unravels when his son prepares to marry his former partner’s daughter.

“All My Sons” features Phil Domaille as the fictional businessman, Joe, with his wife Kate played by Jan Deacon.  Isak Sandgren-Clarke is his son Chris with Alice Dillon as Ann.

Other parts are played by Dave Kilmister, Helen Voyce, Rob Mauler, Victoria Maskell, Alex Nixon and Ray Rossiter. 

Tickets for the production, which runs until Saturday 23rd, are available from www.cotswoldplayhouse.co.uk or by phone on 0333 666 3366 and cost £15 each.

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