(P)2004 L.A. Theatre Works
Well done. This is less heavy-handed in its social commentary than much Shaw. The send-ups are funny. The audio is very well done and helps you visualize the play and the characters.
Not serious in many ways (kind of like Wilde in being very clever about serious subjects). Women's rights, social climbing and privilege, the self-righteousness of the lower classes, masculinity, and several other still-current stereotypes are sent up in this sliver of a plot.
Several friends who often differ in their tastes have listened to my copy with me, and all were delighted.
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