November 30, 2012
6101 Bishop Blvd. , Dallas, TX
$7 - $13
In this modern masterwork, described by The Guardian’s Michael Billington as a unique mix of Oscar Wilde and Bertolt Brecht, the great G.B. Shaw pits a military industrialist against his crusading daughter, putting an eternally new twist on the questions of salvation and social engineering. The play’s dialectical dynamics are tossed about in a maelstrom of romantic and familial emotion. Directed by guest artist Stephen Fried, Associate Producing Director of New Worlds Theatre Project in New York City.
$13 for adults, $10 for seniors, $7 for students and SMU faculty & staff. Call 214-768-2787.
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