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The playbill for Taylor University’s Spring 1961 performance of J.B. by Archibald MacLeish.
J.B. is a retelling of the Biblical story of Job by two old circus performers by the name of Zuss and Nickles (Zeus and Satan), who make a wager and play out Job’s story in modern America where Job is a millionaire named J.B..
This was part of the 1961 Fine Arts Festival and performed in Maytag Auditorium.
Job, Bible, Christianity, Play Within a Play, Tony Award, Pulitzer Prize, drama
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"J.B." (1961). Taylor Theatre Playbills. 285.