Set in the stuffy sitting room of a Surrey estate on a single Saturday afternoon, Shaw’s sharp and keen comedy cleverly examines the themes of passivity, propriety, and political non-involvement in Victorian England. Lined with irony and dry dialogue, it depicts the courtship customs of the era, and pokes fun at the energy put into pursuing a partner and the unattainable ideal woman. The debates detailed in the period piece still hold relevance today.
April 27 – May 20, 2018
Thursday - Saturday: 7:30pm
*There are no shows in Sundays, May 6 (Bloomsday) and 13 (Mothers Day) and Saturday, May 19 (Lilac Day Parade)
All tickets: $27
Student Rush 30 minutes before curtain: $14
Group pricing available for groups over 10! Call the Box Office at 509-325-2507