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Even after a century, Arms and the Man can still bring the laughs

City Lit Theater’s production highlights the genius of George Bernard Shaw.

Even the name George Bernard Shaw sounds ho-hum to most people. It’s got the intrinsic fustiness of barrel staves and buggy whips behind it in a way that that of his fellow Dubliner, Oscar Wilde, born two years earlier than Shaw, does not.…

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