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Man and superman

Author: Bernard ShawIrene LewisRay ctor RobertsIlysa HollandJames CarpenterAll authors
Publisher: 1990.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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"The play introduces the rich socialist Jack Tanner, whose ward, Ann Whitefield, has made up her mind to marry him. Frightened by her predatory guile, Jack flees to Spain, where he is captured by philosophical brigads. After awakening from a lnog dream he is rescued by Ann and her friends who have pursued him from England. Although he continues to resist Ann's advances, he finally submits to her vitality, claiming  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard Shaw; Irene Lewis; Ray ctor Roberts; Ilysa Holland; James Carpenter; J Michael Flynn; Joan McMurtrey; Barbara Oliver; Judith Marx; Lesli Monthan; Charles Dean; Morgan Strickland; Charles Lanyer; Michael Winters; Berkeley Repertory Theatre.
OCLC Number: 430367627
Notes: Title and performance information from program.
From the Theatre Film Archive collection.
Credits: Directed by Irene Lewis ; sceneic design, Christopher Barreca ; costume design, Candice Donnelly ; lighting design, Ken Tabachnick ; music design, Victor A. Spiegel ; sound design, James LeBrecht.
Cast: Ray Roberts (Roebuck Ramsden), Llysa Holland (Maid), James Carpenter (Octavius Robinson), J. Michael Flynn (John Tanner), Joan McMurtrey (Ann Whitefield), Barbara Oliver (Mrs. Whitefield), Judith Marx (Miss Ramsden), Lesli Monthan (Violet), Charles Dean (Henry Straker), Morgan Strickland (Hector Malone), Charles Lanyer (Mendoza), Michael Winters (Mr. Malone), and Greg Kinnison, Robert Kowollik, Michael Racela, Blaine Souza, Jeff Stafford.
Event notes: Videotaped in May 1990.
Description: 2 videocasettes (VHS) (190 min.) : sd., col., SP ; 1/2 in. viewing copy + program.
Responsibility: play by George Bernard Shaw ; presented by Berkeley Repertory Theatre.

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"The play introduces the rich socialist Jack Tanner, whose ward, Ann Whitefield, has made up her mind to marry him. Frightened by her predatory guile, Jack flees to Spain, where he is captured by philosophical brigads. After awakening from a lnog dream he is rescued by Ann and her friends who have pursued him from England. Although he continues to resist Ann's advances, he finally submits to her vitality, claiming that he has been vanquished by the 'Life Force'.

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