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Business Without Scruples
December 30, 2014   
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A new production of All My Sons, a Tony Award-winning play by American dramatist Arthur Miller, has opened at Warsaw’s Dramatyczny Theater.

The play has been translated into Polish by Jacek Poniedziałek and is directed by Wawrzyniec Kostrzewski. Written in 1947, All My Sons is a story about the consequences of doing business without moral scruples. Miller studies the limits of human honesty, showing the price people pay for being financially successful. The protagonist of the play is Joe Keller, a businessman who becomes rich during World War II by selling airplane parts to the U.S. military. He cheats his customers and one day the faulty parts he sells cause the death of 21 pilots. This tragic event casts a shadow over the lives of Keller and his family. Keller’s son wants to find out if his father knowingly sent the American pilots to their deaths. As the story unfolds, murky secrets are uncovered and there is a shocking turn of events.

The play stars Halina Łabonarska, Adam Ferency, Martyna Kowalik and Piotr Bulcewicz. The sets and costumes were designed by Aneta Suskiewicz and the score was written by Piotr Łabonarski.


Upcoming performances: Jan. 10, 7 p.m., and Jan. 11, 5 p.m.
Dramatyczny Theater; Na Woli Stage; 22 Kasprzaka St.
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