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Devil's Disciple (tour)

A young man takes sides with the Devil against straight laced Puritan respectability in the threatening days of the Revolutionary War.

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  • "Caesar and Cleopatra"
  • "Caesar and Cleopatra"@en
  • "Captain Brassbound's conversation"@en
  • "Captain Brassbound's conversion"
  • "Plays"
  • "Devil's disciple"

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  • "A young man takes sides with the Devil against straight laced Puritan respectability in the threatening days of the Revolutionary War."@en
  • "A young man takes sides with the Devil against straight laced Puritan respectability in the threatening days of the Revolutionary War."
  • "A young man takes sides with the Devil against straight-laced Puritan respectability in the threatening days of the Revolutionary War."
  • "In this historical drama, a young man takes sides with the Devil against straight-laced Puritan respectability in the threatening days of the Revolutionary War."@en
  • "National Theatre presents as part of Kennedy Center's Canadian Festival with the cooperation of The Government of Canada The Shaw Festival, starring Paul Hecht, Elizabeth Shepherd, Neil Vipond, Paston Whitehead, in Bernard Shaw's "The Devil's Disciple, with Heath Lamberts, Patrick Boxill, Sheila Maney, Kenneth Dight, directed by Paxton Whitehead and Tony van Bridge, sets by Maurice Strike, costumes by Hilary Corbett, lighting by Donald Acaster. A presentation of the Canadian Department of External Affairs in coooperation with The Canada Council Touring Office."
  • "Shubert-Belasco Theater, direction Messrs. Shubert. The Theatre Guild Repertory Company, direct from New York under personal direction of Mr. Joseph M. Gaites with Mr. Basil Sydney in "The Devil's Disciple," a melodrama by Bernard Shaw, the production directed by Philip Moeller, settings by Lee Simonson."
  • "Olney Theatre Richard Skinner and Evelyn Freyman present Maurice Evans in "The Devil's Disciple," a comedy by Bernard Shaw, with Philip Bourneuf, Frances Reid, John Williams, directed by Emmett Rogers, settings by S. Syrjala, costumes by Emeline Roche."
  • "At Manhattan theatres, week of March 13, 1950, Royale Theatre, Richard Aldrich & Richard Myers and Julius Fleischmann present Maurice Evans, Marsha Hunt, Victory Jory, Dennis King in Bernard Shaw's comedy "The Devil's Disciple," staged by Margaret Webster, with Hilda Vaughn, Ian Martin, Gavin Gordon, settings and lighting by Peter Wolf, costumes by Emeline Roche. Commencing Tuesday evening, February 21, 1950 (N.Y. City Center, Jan. 25, 1950 to Feb. 5, 1950)."
  • "The Catholic University of America Speech and Drama Department, Rev. G.V. Hartke, O.P., head presents "The Devil's Disciple," a melodrama by George Bernard Shaw, directed by Robert Moore, performances coached by Josephine M. Callan, costumes designed by Joseph Lewis, sets and lighting by James D. Waring, costumes executed by Ann Tacik."
  • "The Catholic University of America Speech and Drama Department, Rev. Gilbert V. Hartke, O.P., head presents "The Devil's Disciple," a melodrama by George Bernard Shaw, directed by and starring Cyril Ritchard, settings and lighting by James D. Waring, costumes designed by Jane Greenwood, music composed by Conrad Susa."
  • "Arena Stage, Zelda Fichandler, producing director, presents "The Devil's Disciple," by George Bernard Shaw, with The Arena Stage Acting Company, featuring Louis Edmonds, Louis Latham, Philip Bosco, Gerald McGonagill, directed by John O'Shaughnessy, settings by Mesrop Kesdekian, lighting by Leo Gallenstein, costumes by Marianna Elliott."
  • "Dudgeon is secretly a rebel, and is considered by his family and friends to be the "Devil's disciple" because of his rebellious personality and unfaithfulness to religion. The main reason why he has turned so "devilish" is because of his rude and inconsiderate mother's rigid piety, which has deterred Dudgeon from following in her footsteps. Dick returns home upon the death of his father to hear the reading of the will. His wickedness appalls Judith, the wife of the town's minister, Anthony Anderson. Richard turns out to be the hero, however. While visiting Anderson's home, Dick is left alone with Judith while Anderson is called out to Mrs. Dudgeon's deathbed. Neither Dick nor Judith finds the tête-a-tête comfortable, but when British soldiers enter and arrest Dick, mistaking him for Anderson, Dick allows them to take him away, knowing that they will hang him. He swears Judith to secrecy lest her husband give the secret away. But when Anderson hears what has happened, he seems to turn into a different man: calling for money and a gun, he rides away. Judith believes her husband to be a coward, while Dick, whom she despised, is a hero."@en

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  • "History"@en
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  • "Historical drama"@en
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  • "The Devil's Disciple : A Melodram in Threee Acts"
  • "Devil's Disciple (tour)"@en
  • "The Devil's disciple"
  • "The Devil's disciple"@en
  • ""The Devil's disciple""@en
  • "The devil's disciple, by Bernard Shaw"@en
  • "The Devil's Disciple. A melodrama ... With an introduction and notes by A.C. Ward"@en
  • "The devil's disciple ; a melodrama. Major Barbars, with an essay as first aid to critics"@en
  • "Il discepolo del diavolo, tre atti"
  • "The devil's Disciple"
  • "Devil's Disciple"@en
  • "Devil's Disciple"
  • "Der Teufelsschüler [Programmheft]"
  • "The devil's disciple ; Caesar and Cleopatra ; Captain Brassbound's conversion"
  • "ˆDer‰ Teufelsschüler"
  • "Insāniyat ṣalı̄b par"
  • "The Devil's Disciple"@en
  • "The Devil's Disciple"
  • "The devil's disciple. : Caesar and Cleopatra. Captain Brassbound's conversion. [Three plays for Puritans]. By Bernard Shaw"
  • "Insānīyat ṣalīb par"
  • "The devil's disciple : [three plays for puritans]"
  • "The devil's disciple"
  • "The devil's disciple"@en
  • "Devil's disciple"@en
  • "Morid sheytan"
  • "Devil's disciple / Bernard Shaw ; with photographs from the production starring Maurice Evans"
  • "The devil's disciple [a melodrama]"@en
  • "Der Teufelsschüler : [Programmheft]"
  • "THE DEVIL'S DISCIPLE"
  • "Il discepolo del diavolo : tre atti"@it
  • "Il discepolo del diavolo : tre atti"
  • "The devils disciple"

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