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Sons, Daughters and Airplane Parts?

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Did you know the famous Arthur Miller play All My Sons was based on a true story? Kind of upsetting considering it's about businessmen who knowingly sold the government defective airplane parts during World War II. Not to mention that the play includes a man falling in love with and getting engaged to his MIA soldier brother's girlfriend. Also, to make things more complicated, the newly engaged couple's fathers were the business partners who sold those not-so-good airplane cylinder heads. Turns out one goes to jail, and well, the other one doesn't. Obviously, it has all the makings of a Greek tragedy. ICT MainStage's production of All My Sons will run Friday through June 13 at the Dupree Theater, 3333 N. MacArthur Blvd. in Irving. For ticket prices and showtimes, call 972-252-2787 or visit irvingartscenter.com.
Thursdays-Sundays. Starts: May 29. Continues through June 13, 2009

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