A delightful examination of the correspondence between Mrs. Patrick Campbell and George Bernard Shaw. Readers Theatre.
A comedy of menace on man’s inability to escape from tradition and reality.
The personalities of the Presidential families are portrayed in readings from interviews and observations.
Written in 1888, this "black comedy" presents an extremely modern view of the conflict between man and woman.
Geoge Bernard Shaw has provided the basis for the adaptation about a Roman and his friendship with a Lion.
Set in France prior to World War I, the play mirrors the gay and playful air of a neo-romantic society. The humdrum of daily life was spiced with the frivolous games of courtship and social appearances.