A review, entitled "100-year-old Shaw drama shows shades of Lambeth" of the George Bernard Shaw play "Getting Married". "I had no inkling taking my seat in The Royal George Theatre at the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake [Ontario] that what I was really doing was attending a backgrounder on the Anglican Church's Lambeth Conference. But then again that simply reflects the enduring relevance of British dramatist and social critic, George Bernard Shaw. 'Getting Married' is a farce about the twists, turns and angst over the state of marriage in Edwardian England ...". "Of course, Edwardian England is not a complete parallel for today, and in a real way this is a play about feminism, not gay rights but there is a thoughtful reflection on the role of marriage in human fulfillment and the roles, for good and bad, in church and state arguing about what does and what does not work when it comes to saying a marriage is valid or not".