6 February, 2018
by George Bernard Shaw
arranged by Frances Favre
Arms and the Man is One of Shaw’s Plays Pleasant: a comical look at love and war.
During the Serbo-Bulgarian war of the 1880’s a Swiss mercenary soldier takes refuge in the bedroom of a romantic young lady who is engaged to a glamorous officer in the Bulgarian army. The girl and her family have a highly romanticized idea of war and are brought down to earth by the pragmatic and efficient Swiss, who settles all of their problems.
If you are interested in participating in the playreading, please fill out the form below. The arranger will be in touch to cast it two weeks to one month before the show.