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STAR performs an off-beat play by George Bernard Shaw

Forget Pygmalion, Caesar and Cleopatra, Heartbreak House, or The Devil’s Disciple. George Bernard Shaw’s Too True to Be Good is an absurdist romp through history with a microbe who makes a patient sick, and she returns the favor by making the microbe sick. Director Chris Nickerson and actor Bill Gorman join us a guides through this quirky comedy.
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George Bernard Shaw: Who Is He?

One of the most famous plays by an Irish playwright, George Bernard Shaw lived an international celebrity life. He was always involved in local and international politics and was even invited to visit the Soviet Union at the invitation of Joseph Stalin. In addition to his work as a playwright, Shaw was also an active member of the Fabian Society and was known as "the great skeptic" in his lifetime. In 1895, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature, which he refused to accept. Despite his dismal failures, he still managed to write more than twelve plays and thousands of letters.
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