Too True to Be Good (Broadway, George Abbott Theatre, 1963) | Playbill

Too True to Be Good



How to describe a play in which the first character to speak is a microbe? Shaw’s ‘Political Extravaganza,’ written in 1932, foreshadows the insanity that was about to engulf the world. With a cavalier disregard for the unities of time and place, the play takes us on a surreal journey into the heart of the outdated public and private prejudices and errors that would soon be swept away – or would they?

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Tony Award
1963 Producer of a Play Nominee

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