Terence Rattigan’s The Winslow Boy, Starring Roger Rees, Travels American Airlines Across the Pond for a Production With Roundabout Theatre Company

Roundabout Theatre Company gives Terence Rattigan’s classic British play The Winslow Boy a rare opportunity to touch American audiences with its heartfelt family story about a father stopping at nothing to clear his son’s name. Cast members Zachary Booth and Charlotte Parry share their experiences performing in Rattigan’s celebrated piece opposite Tony Award winner Roger Rees, who plays the self-sacrificing patriarch Arthur Winslow. Meanwhile, audience members outside the American Airlines Theatre explain why they believe the play has remained universally relevant for over half a century.

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