BOTTOM LINE: War and love may not be fair but they're certainly funny in this early work by the brilliant and prolific playwright Bernard Shaw.
Gingold Theatrical Group’s mission to keep burning the flame of Shavian thought continues with a diverting production of Arms and the Man, one of the playwright’s earliest stage works and among his most consistently popular. A perfectly plotted comedy in which the fog of war gives way to the follies of romance, the play has been revived on Broadway seven times since its 1894 debut, but the last of those revivals ran nearly forty years ago...
BOTTOM LINE: It was worth the 62-year wait for a revival of Purlie Victorious for this perfectly cast production.
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