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An Adaptation of Geroge Bernard Shaw's Novel An Unsocial Socialist

By Jeffrey Hatcher

Directed by Michael Russotto



 Sept 19th, 20th, 25th, 26th, 27th @ 8PM

Sept 20th, 21st, 27th, 28th @ 3PM


Based on the novel An Unsocial Socialist by George Bernard Shaw, the story centers on Sidney Trefusis, a millionaire Socialist who leaves his bride on their wedding day because he fears his passion for her will get in the way of his plans to overthrow the British government. Sidney disguises himself as a common laborer and infiltrates a girls' school. His plan: Take over the school and plant the seed of radical Socialism into the fertile brains of the future consorts of cabinet ministers and kings. What he doesn't plan on is the presence of one Agatha Wylie who falls hopelessly in love with both Sidney and his politics and just happens to be his deserted wife's cousin. Love triangles, mistaken identities, Marx, Engels, pistols and the proletariat jostle for position in this adaptation of Shaw's last comic novel.  


Kaylynn Creighton, Shayla Garfield, Davon Harris, Brian Kraemer, Ashley Lyles, Britney Mongold, Jonathan Palmer, Taylor Payne, Reginald Richard, and Devon Ross


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