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Arms and the Man
April, 1985
Cider Mill Playhouse, Endicott, New York
This account of a fictitious late 19th century war between Serbia and Bulgaria is at one and the same time a romantic melodrama and a hilarious farce. Later made into a famous Viennese operetta by Oskar Strauss as "The Chocolate Soldier," this was Shaw's first big hit. On opening night Shaw took a bow before the cheering audience; one solitary "Boo!" erupted from the balcony and Shaw called out, "I quite agree, my dear fellow, but what are we two against so manyCM"
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Maria Manzano; Noni Smith; Julia Carr; Tom Kremer; Bruce Barney; Steve Weiss; Richard G. Smith; Bernie Sheredy
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Karen Wronski; Orestes Joseph Mihaly Jr.; Alan Naggar; Lorraine Ballentine; Doug Baloy; Kelli Bocock; Marjorie Klinghoffer; Beverly Purcell; Sheila Revels; Karen Smith; Lorri Tipton; Barbara Thorick; Judy Tom
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