By George Bernard Shaw
What do a Swiss mercenary who uses his pistol holster to carry chocolates, an idealistic young woman with little worldly experience, her less than faithful fiancé and a social climbing, headstrong and flirtatious maid have in common? Since the successful 1894 premiere of Arms and the Man, audiences have delighted in discovering the answer.
Shaw’s sharp satire and good humour guide us to revisit our notions of fidelity, romantic love, and the nobility of war.
Recommended for age 12 and up
Run time – TBA
Rights held in the Public Domain