L.A. Theatre Works: The Code of the Woosters

From “My Man Godfrey” and Mister Belvedere to Alfred Pennyworth and Figaro, we’re all familiar with the resourceful servants of stage and screen. But none have endured in the public imagination like Jeeves, the right-hand man to the hapless socialite Bertie Wooster. This week, we’ll hear one of the earliest Jeeves and Wooster capers: The Code of the Woosters, adapted from the original P.G. Wodehouse novel by Mark Richard.

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