written by George Bernard Shaw

directed by Jacqueline Cassetta McElroy-Poquette

Friday May 4th 1979 — Saturday June 2nd 1979

In a country house, Fanny O’Dowda, the daughter of the Count O’Dowda, is putting on a play she has written. She has hired professional actors and invited major critics. Fanny, who has studied at Cambridge, is keeping her authorship secret. She expects that her father the Count will disapprove of the play, as he hates the vulgarity of modern life. He has only just returned to Britain from living in Venice.


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