GEORGE BERNARD SHAW MAKES HIS CITY LIT DEBUT.
WRITTEN BY GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
DIRECTED BY BRIAN PASTOR
NOW PLAYING THRU OCTOBER 21, 2018
Captain Blunschli, a mercenary soldier who is fonder of chocolates than of bullets, hides in the bedroom of heiress Raina Petkoff while escaping from battle - a development that disturbs her fiancé, Major Sergius Saranoff, a swaggering cavalry officer from the other side.
Shaw calls ARMS AND THE MAN “an anti-romantic comedy” ... we call it the funniest play ever written about the Serbo-Bulgarian War.
Photo Credit: Steve Graue