Back to Methuselah
The travails of humankind, from Adam and Eve through those of an old man in 31,000 A.D., are dramatized and satirized by George Bernard Shaw.
Back to Methuselah was presented in three parts. Part 1 opened on February 27, 1922; Part 2 opened on March 6, 1922; and Part 3 opened on March 13, 1922.
Opening Night Cast
|Martha-Bryan Allen||The Newly-Born
The Envoy's Daughter
|Albert Bruning||The Elderly Gentleman
|George Gaul||The Male Figure
The Ghost of Adam
Opening Night Production Credits
|George Bernard Shaw||Writer|
|Alice Lewisohn||Staged Part II (The Gospel of the Brothers Barnabas)|
|Agnes Morgan||Staged Part II (The Gospel of the Brothers Barnabas)|
|Frank Reicher||Staged Part IV (The Tragedy of an Elderly Gentleman)|
|Philip Moeller||Staged Part V (As Far as Thought Can Reach)|
|The Theatre Guild||Producer|