The Theater: New Scene in Manhattan

Don Juan in Hell (by George Bernard Shaw; produced by Paul Gregory) is the scene from Shaw's Man and Superman that is regularly omitted on the stage. There are good reasons for omitting it: it is over two hours long, and it is merely tossed into the play. But there are far better reasons for performing it, at least by itself: it is not only the finest thing in Man and Superman, but the most brilliant talkfest, the most glittering dialectical floor show of modern times. And underneath all its riot of paradoxes it...

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