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Reviving Dear Liar: Lustless Lions at Play

Reviving Dear Liar: Lustless Lions at Play

Dear Liar is Jerome Kilty’s adaptation of the 41-year correspondence between George Bernard Shaw and the celebrated actress Mrs. Patrick Campbell, which began in late-Victorian London in 1899 and ended with the death of “Mrs. Pat” in France in 1940. Excerpts from these letters, interspersed with explanations addressed directly to the audience, provide the dialogue […]

Engaging Shaw: a Playwright’s Private Comedy

Engaging Shaw: a Playwright’s Private Comedy

In 1913, George Bernard Shaw’s most famous play, Pygmalion, which in its various forms was to win both an Oscar and a Nobel Prize, received its world premiere in Vienna. So it’s appropriate that the European premiere of American playwright John Morogiello’s portrait, Engaging Shaw, is now on stage at Vienna’s English Theatre. It is […]

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