Shaw's short comedy, The Fascinating Foundling, an elegant gentleman enters the office of the Lord Chancellor. As an orphan who was a ward of the court, he expects the Chancellor to behave as the father of all orphans who are wards of court and to find him a suitable wife: someone to mother him. A charming Suffragette, who has recently been released from prison, darrives emanding a husband she can dominate. And so does love bloom in Shaw's world.
In Augustus Does His Bit, a little satirical piece written during WWI, Lord Augustus Highcastle learns that a female spy is after an important document in his possession. A glamorous woman visits him. Is she the spy? Will she get that document? The finale of this play just may surprise you!