Feb. 21 - March 29

Arms and the Man
by George Bernard Shaw.

This romantic comedy centers around a young woman engaged to a war hero she idolizes. When an enemy soldier bursts through her bedroom window and demands she protect him, the young woman soon finds herself falling in love. Complications arise when the war ends and her hero comes home.

Directed by Sally Norton.
For General Audiences


(There is a 1/2 price previews, Thursday, February 21 and Friday, February 22 @ 8:00 p.m.)

Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays @ 8:00 p.m.
One Sunday matinee (March 9, 2008) @ 2:30 p.m.

Join us on Saturday, February 23 for our Opening Night Celebration, including champagne and hors d’oeuvres. Sponsored by Bistro 400.
Tickets are only $25.

Bluntschli (Sean Cox) says to Raina (Tanya Raisa Mironowski), "And there was Don Quixote flourishing like a drum major..."
Nicola (Rick Kopps) says to Louka (Jennifer Bridge), "See! A 20 leva bill Sergius gave me for backing up the mistress's lies about him. A fool and his money are soon parted."
Raina (Tanya Raisa Mironowski) and Catherine (Sharyn Case) "Sergius is the hero of the hour, the idol of the regiment."
Louka (Jennifer Bridge) and Sergius (John Byrd) " You are a provoking little witch, Louka."
Petkoff (Bart Shattuck), Catherine (Sharyn Case) says to Sergius (John Byrd), My dear Sergius..."
Raina (Tanya Raisa Mironowski)
Bluntschli (Sean Cox), Sergius (John Byrd) and Raina (Tanya Raisa Mironowski) "I daresay you think us a couple of grown-upbabies, dont you?"
Petkoff (Bart Shattuck), Nicola (Rick Kopps), Raina (Tanya Raisa Mironowski) and Bluntschli (Sean Cox) "I'm going to put it on you. Turn your back."
Raina (Tanya Raisa Mironowski) and Sergius (John Byrd)
Catherine (Sharyn Case) tries to get her husband, Petkoff (Bart Shattuck) to relax.