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Fanny’s First Play by George Bernard Shaw

Oct 12, 2010   //   by Kate Powers   //   Productions

Amy Reiter,, Backstage:
“Some off-off-Broadway theatres could learn a thing or two from Westside Repertory Theatre. . . [Fanny’s First Play] is well directed, acted and designed to boot. Director Kathleen Powers has assembled a first-rate cast . . . we have more good Shavian drama to look …

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