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Antaeus In The ‘The New York Times’

There’s a nice piece in THE NEW YORK TIMES today about the Shaw Festival in Ontario, which is currently staging TONIGHT AT 8:30, Noël Coward’s collection of one acts. According to the piece,

The festival is presenting nine of the works in three groups of three plays each, the format in which they were seen in London in 1936 and a few months later in New York, when they starred Coward, who also directed, and his muse, Gertrude Lawrence.

Writer David Belcher provides a thorough production history of the piece, including a mention of Antaeus’s run of the show in 2007.

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