Our 2016 production was a joyous union between GTG and The Actors Company Theatre
for a production of Shaw's highly provocative and sparkling comedy

We concluded our celebrated run in April of 2016. If you missed it, not to worry: we were filmed by the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts for the archives at Lincoln Center!


A comedy about sex, power…and real estate.

When a young doctor is confronted by the unscrupulous machinery that makes his comfortable life possible, he is forced to make a decision between romance and morality.

The importance of being an aware and active participant in our own life is what motivated Shaw to write this provocative comedy.

Don't miss this rare opportunity to see George Bernard Shaw's first play—the one that launched his career as one of the wittiest and most insightful writers of all time...and the play that virtually blew the dust off of Victorian Theatre to emerge as the play that created Modern English Drama!

Harry Trench ... Jeremy Beck
William Cokane ... Jonathan Hadley
Maid / Waitress ... Hannah Cheek
Sartorius ... Terry Layman
Blanche Sartorius ... Talene Monahon
Lickcheese ... John Plumpis

Signing the co-production agreement.
Seated: Scott Alan Evans of TACT and David Staller of GTG
Standing: Lauren Miller (TACT), Jonathan Weber (TACT), Alyce Stark (GTG), Cynthia Harris (TACT)



We'll be performing at The Beckett Theatre on West 42nd Street.
Performances from March 1st through April 2nd.

Contact our office for more information:






Join Us

Share our passion. All of Shaw's plays champion Human Rights and the power of the individual. Be part of our future.

Join our mailing list and we will send you news about our events. We greatly value your privacy so we'll never sell or share your contact information with anyone.

As George Bernard Shaw said, "The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place"
… so join our mailing list!

Yes    No thanks

× ×