Past Seasons

The Fascinating Foundling & Farfetched Fables

April 21, 2008

The Fascinating Foundling (1909): A man and a woman are very definite about what they will and what they won’t tolerate in a mate. Having little or no family is a plus. A lawyer unwittingly helps them find each other.

Farfetched Fables (1949): This Shavian classic takes us on six separate journeys. Starting in 1949 and jumping well into the future, we get a chance to see just how absurd we are in the present and how little we may change.

Both written by George Bernard Shaw.


Anastasia — Ms. Kate Mulgrew
Horace — Mr. Victor Slezak
Mercer — Mr. Lenny Wolpe
Lord Chancellor — Mr. Simon Jones
Narrator — Ms. Charlotte Moore


All six actors play various roles.
Narrator — Mr. David Cote

Also presented:
Skit for ‘The Tiptaft Revue’, written in 1917

Evening hosted by Mr. David Cote of TIME OUT NY

Produced and directed by Mr. David Staller.


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