The Huntington's 11th season ends with the sound of laughter. This irreverent spoof is the comic masterpiece that made Shaw's reputation.

Raina is a beautiful young woman filled with the romantic visions of her time, in which worthy adversaries battle in the name of courage and honor. Or so she thinks, until the night a soldier by the name of Bluntschli climbs through her bedroom window to try to save his neck, and she discovers to her horror that he's more interested in hoarding chocolates than bullets.

Share in the exquisite pleasures of this undiminished romp, as we present one of the funniest plays ever written.

Artists

  • George Bernard ShawPlaywright
  • Larry CarpenterDirector
  • Katy SelverstoneRaina Petkoff
  • Frances CukaCatherine Petkoff
  • Laurie WaltersLouka
  • Kenneth L. MarksBluntschli
  • Robert PembertonOfficer
  • Richard Russell RamosNicola
  • Humbert Allen AstredoMajor Petkoff
  • Jeff McCarthySergius Saranoff
  • James Leonard JoyScenic Design
  • David MurinCostume Design
  • Marcia MadeiraLighting Design
  • Scott KillianComposer

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