University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Theatre

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Arms and The Man

By George Bernard Shaw

Performance Information

Director & Vocal Coach
PETER JACK TKATCH

Scenic Design
JEFF MODEREGER
Costume Design
MARTIN A. THALER
Lighting Design
JOHN B. FORBES
Production Stage Manager
HANNAH BEAN BROSNAN

Cast:

ANNIE STAUFFER Raina Petkoff STEFAN OSTOLITZ Russian Officer
ANDREA UNDERHILL Catherine Petkoff OLIVER M. SOLOMON Nicola
ALLISON BROWN Louka EDWRD C. NAGEL Major Paul Petkoff
MATTHEW TROLLINGER Captain Bluntscli JOSHUA CLARKE Major Sergius Saranoff

Synopsis:

A witty, satirical, anti-romantic comedy and one of the Nobel Prize winner's most popular of the "pleasant plays."

A soldier on the run from war breaks into the bedroom of a young woman who's father and fiance are members of the opposing army.

Set during the Serbo-Bulgarian War in 1885 Arms is a satire on both the glorification of war and basing affections on idealist notions of love.

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Last modified March 08 2011 04:03 PM