By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by David Frank
Barbara, a major in the Salvation Army, and her father, whose only religion is wealth, give us two of theatre’s most memorable and entertaining characters. All of Shaw’s trademarks are present in this, one of his most-loved plays: political philosophy couched in humorous dialogue; crackling, edge-of-your-seat scenes; general effervescence and eloquence.
Produced by American Players Theatre at APT's Up-the-Hill Amphitheater, American Players Theatre, 5950 Golf Course Road,Spring Green
Performances: August 6 - October 2, 2010
Performance Times: Tuesday - Sunday in rotating repertory
Ticket Prices: $34 - $64
Call 608-588-2361 for reservations or more information.