George Bernard Shaw

MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION (Lantern): Thought-provoking amusement

In a Philadelphia theater season with an auspicious beginning, this production of MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION might be the most auspicious of all.

SAINT JOAN (Quintessence): The Maid’s new clothes

George Bernard Shaw’s play is presented in rich tonalities of color, light, positioning, and sound. It is wide awake.

Chickabiddy to Perform in the MANTIS SINGER/SONGWRITER SHOWCASE at The Troc

Multi-talented theater artists Aaron Cromie and Emily Schuman formed Chickabiddy in 2015.

Emily Schuman, Andrew Carroll, and Heather Cole in IRC's MISALLIANCE.

MISALLIANCE (IRC): Swift, honed, talky

in a medium fraught with love stories Shaw gleefully throws dirt into our eyes and says: yours is a sick obsession.

Quintessence Theatre Arms and the Man Photo by Shawn May

ARMS AND THE MAN (Quintessence) plays up the farce

Two main threads run through George Bernard Shaw’s plays: social critique (he was an early member of the socialist Fabian society) and sharp observant humor. Some of Shaw’s social criticism…