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Limited Engagement!

TUES • WED • THURS – 7PM FRI • SAT – 8PM SAT • SUN – 2PM

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Discussions follow the matinee performances for the first three weeks of the run and last approximately 50 minutes. These discussions are open to the public free of charge. You do not need to attend that days performance to attend our discussions.

Feb. 3rd, 2007: Professor Lana Cable, SUNY, Albany Cable, author of “Popular Secularism and the Idea of Islam on the Early Modern English Stage,” will discuss Constantine Madras, a convert to Mohammedism, in the context of early modern English orientalism in drama and the artistic treatment of Muslim characters and ideas on the stage.

Join us for a reading of

MISALLIANCE by George Bernard Shaw Monday March 12th at 7:30

Feb. 4th, 2007: Professor Amanda Claybaugh, Columbia University Claybaugh is a professor of English and a specialist in transatlantic literary studies. She is the author of Cross Purposes: Literary Ambition and Social Reform in the Trans-Atlantic Novel. She will discuss THE MADRAS HOUSE from the perspective of social history.

In 1909 Shaw heard Granville-Barker read an unfinished draft of THE MADRAS HOUSE and was inspired to write his own treatment of the ideas and people Feb. 10th, 2007: Professor Alan Andrews, Dalhousie University that he encountered in his friend’s work. Andrews is a professor of theater whose principal interest is Shaw and his contemporaries. “MISALLIANCE was conceived and written as Shaw’s answer to He is the author of the essay “Voysey in Context” published by the Shaw Festival. He will discuss THE MADRAS HOUSE,” the interplay between THE MADRAS HOUSE and Shaw’s MISALLIANCE. writes Professor Cary Mazer.

Feb. 11th, 2007: Professor Martin Meisel (retired), Columbia University Meisel is the author of Shaw and the 19th-Century Theatre and a frequent speaker at the Mint. This discussion will focus on the play and its author.

Performance at 7:30, Mint Theater. Tickets $35 Or join us for dinner and a pre-show conversation about the relationship between Shaw and Granville-Barker. Le Madeleine at 6:00. Tickets $100

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Save the Date: Monday, June 18th, Mint’s annual Benefit

Feb. 17th, 2007: Professor J. Ellen Gainor, Cornell University Gainor is the author of Shaw’s Daughters: Dramatic and Narrative Constructions of Gender. She has led many Mint post-show discussions over the last seven years. This discussion will focus on the social context of the play. Feb. 18th, 2007: Professor Cary Mazer, University of Pennsylvania Mazer was chair of the Theater Arts program at Penn for many years. His published writing includes “Granville Barker and the Court Dramatists,” in The Blackwells Companion to Modern British and Irish Drama. This discussion will focus on the play and its author. Post-show discussion performances sell out first. Call 212-315-0231 for more information or to book your seats.

ATTEND EARLY AND SAVE! $35 FOR PERFORMANCES JANUARY 31 – FEBRUARY 18 $45 FOR PERFORMANCES FEBRUARY 20 – MARCH 11 Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday at 7pm Friday-Saturday at 8pm & Saturday-Sunday at 2pm

Mary Bacon Ross Bickell Lisa Bostnar Thomas M. Hammond Jonathan Hogan Laurie Kennedy Roberta Maxwell Allison McLemore Pamela McVeagh Mark L. Montgomery George Morfogen Angela Reed Scott Romstadt Kraig Swartz

By: Harley Granville-Barker Directed By: Gus Kaikkonen

CHARLES MORGAN CLINT RAMOS LIGHTS WILLIAM ARMSTRONG SOUND ELLEN MANDEL DIALEC TS AND DRAMATURGY AMY STOLLER CASTING STUART HOWARD, AMY SCHECTER & PAUL HARDT PRODUC TION STAGE MANAGER ALLISON DEUTSCH ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER ANDREA JO MARTIN REPRESENTATIVE DAVID GERSTEN & ASSOCIATES GRAPHICS JUDE DVORAK SETS

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The Madras House  

By Harley Granville-Barker Directed by Gus Kaikkonen