Gingold Theatrical Group, which made history last year as the first company ever to present every play (including full-length works, one-acts and sketches) written by George Bernard Shaw with Project Shaw - is set to celebrate St. Patrick's Day with its 2nd Annual GTG St. Patrick's Day Gala. Producer David Staller directs an evening of George Bernard Shaw scenes, snippets and stuff, featuring an all-star cast playing all the "wrong" roles: Imagine Michael Cerveris as the teenage virgin St. Joan, or Kate Mulgrew as the teenage virgin Cleopatra, or Jane Powell as the teenage virgin Eliza. The ensemble for the gala includes Kate Baldwin (Finian's Rainbow), Michael Cerveris (In the Next Room), Jayne Houdyshell (Bye Bye Birdie), George S. Irving, Irish Repertory Theatre's Charlotte Moore, Kate Mulgrew (Equus), Jane Powell ("Seven Brides for Seven Brothers"), New York Post's Michael Riedel, Diane Stilwell Weinberg, and Tom Viola along with Irish musicians, and others set to participate in songs, dances and larks. In addition to the performances, The Second Annual GTG St. Patrick's Day Gala includes a lavish and traditional old-fashioned Irish dinner: corned-beef and cabbage, lamb stew, greenie pie, puddings and ales. The evening will also honor associate producer Anita Jaffe.