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11/12 Season
The Ramayana
Arms and the Man
Blood Wedding
Metamorphoses
 
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5 Stellar Reasons to See Arms and the Man!

1 - People who see the show have a Great Time!

 Superb...Highly Amusing... I laughed out loud throughout!

Check out Goldstar to read audience reviews!  Goldstar Reviews

 

2 - The Cast is Extremely Talented.

Michael John Casey*, Daniel Flint, Mark Krawczyk*, Chris Mancusi, Amy Quiggins, Brynn Tucker, Ellen Young  "Comedic chops... perfectly timed glances, biting observations cloaked in humor, and-in the case of Quiggins and Casey, especially-palpable tension and chemistry." - The Washingtonian

 

3 - The Design is Beautiful. 
"Technically gifted set and lighting designer, A.J. Guban, exhibits a pleasing know-how in the physical conjuring of a show. The flexible set pieces he devises for each of three long scenes of "Arms and the Man" are minor engineering miracles." - The Washington Post

 

4 - George Bernard Shaw is brilliant.

 There's a reason he won the Nobel Prize for Literature and it wasn't humility.

 "Extraordinarily witty, brilliant and clever" - Shaw, on himself

 

5 - Arms and the Man is hilarious, and yet inspiring.

 Shaw challenges us to be honest with ourselves and to follow our hearts

"I rejoice in life for its own sake. Life is no 'brief candle' to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got of for the moment; and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations." - Shaw

 


Arms and the Man

a comedy by George Bernard Shaw
directed by Allison Arkell Stockman

Now Playing!
Must Close November 20


Run Time: 2:15, including intermission

A young lady fantasizes about the bravery of her heroic fiancé when the reality of war bursts into her bedroom in the form of a fugitive enemy soldier. Enjoy this witty comedy by famed playwright George Bernard Shaw and its revealing truths about romanticism, class and the idealization of war.


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Final Weekend!
Thursday 11/17 @ 8 pm
Friday 11/18 @ 8 pm
Saturday 11/19 @ 2 pm & 8 pm
Sunday 11/20 @ 2 pm


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1835 14th Street NW
Washington DC 20009
*2 Blocks from the U St/Cardozo Metro Stop


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There is NO late seating.
Patrons arriving after the curtain has gone up will be seated at intermission.
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House Opens 20 Minutes Prior to Curtain
Show Begins Promptly at the Advertised Curtain Time.
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MIchael John Casey Michael John Casey* (Captain Bluntschli) is glad to be back at Constellation Theatre. He was most recently seen as Mr. Huntington in the world premiere of The Day John Henry Came to School at Imagination Stage. Other regional theatres include African Continuum Theatre, Baltimore Shakespeare Festival, Catalyst Theater, Folger Theatre, Ford’s Theatre, Fulton Opera House, Keegan Theatre, Longacre Lea Theatre, Project Y Theatre, Rorschach Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company, Solas Nua Theatre, Taffety Punk Theatre Company, and Washington Shakespeare Company. Training: BA Nazareth College, MFA Catholic University. SAFD.
Daniel Flint Daniel Flint (Nicola/Officer) Credits include Faction of Fools Theatre Company: The Mandrake (The Friar); Washington Shakespeare Company: Night and Day (Guthrie); Shakespeare Theatre Company: All’s Well That Ends Well (The Interpreter); Taffety Punk Theatre Company: Burn Your Bookes (Edward Kelly); Intiman Theatre: Richard III (Murderer); Tygres Heart Shakespeare: Variations on Measure for Measure (The Provost). He is a Company Member at Taffety Punk and an associated artist at Faction of Fools where he acts, produces, and designs. Daniel recently directed Live Broadcast for the Capital Fringe Festival. Education: MFA from Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University.
Mark Krawczyk Mark Krawczyk* (Sergius) is excited to work with Constellation Theatre again after last being seen in Three Sisters. Credits include Taffety Punk: dREAMtRIPPIN’; Baltimore Shakespeare Festival: Scapin!, The Comedy of Errors, The Taming of The Shrew; Folger Theatre: Hamlet, Henry IV Part 1, The Winter’s Tale; The Shakespeare Theatre Company: Hamlet (Swing), Titus Andronicus
(Swing);
Imagination Stage: Lost and Foundling; Theater J: The Seagull on 16th St.; Everyman Theatre: Much Ado About Nothing; Utah Shakespeare Festival: Hamlet, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Room Service. International: Without Gas Theatre Company (performed in Poland, Slovakia, and England); Highway Diner Theatre Company (Scotland). Education: BS General Theatre from Towson University and MFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University.
Chris Mancusi Chris Mancusi (Petkoff) is thrilled to be working with Constellation Theatre for the first time. Recent appearances include Adventure Theatre: Charlotte’s Web; Washington Shakespeare Company: Mary Stuart; Studio Theatre 2ndStage: 60 Miles To Silver Lake; Source Festival 2010: Bunny Bunny; Venus Theatre: Homokay’s Medea; Imagination Stage: Lost And Foundling; Maryland Ensemble Theatre: Blue Window, The Underpants.
Amy Quiggins Amy Quiggins (Raina) is a proud Associate Artist and excited to return to Constellation after The Ramayana (2010 and 2011), Three Sisters, Crazyface, and The Oresteia. Credits include The American Century Theater: Beyond the Horizon, USA, The Second Man, The Seven Year Itch; Arts Alive Theatre at Montgomery College and Happenstance Theater: Three Fantasies; Rorschach Theatre: Living Dead In Denmark; Shakespeare Theatre Company u/s: Argonautika, Don Juan; Ford’s Theatre: A Christmas Carol; Austin Free Shakespeare Society: The Honest Whore, The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Education: MFA from Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University: The Maid’s Tragedy, The Merry Wives of Windsor. Meow.
Brynn Tucker Brynn Tucker (Louka) is delighted to be working with Constellation Theatre for the first time! Credits: Synetic Theater: King Lear (u/s Goneril), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hippolyta/Moth), King Arthur (Guinevere), Othello (Ensemble), Antony and Cleopatra (Ensemble); North Carolina Shakespeare Festival: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hermia); The Source Festival: Airborne (Margaret Jensen); Georgia Shakespeare: As You Like It (Phoebe, u/s Rosalind), The Merchant of Venice (Ensemble, u/s Portia); 7Stages Theater: A Song For Coretta (Zora). Education: Theater at Spelman College and the British American Drama Academy. She would like to thank her Mom and her family for their continued loved and support!
Ellen Young Ellen Young (Catherine) Local credits include Catalyst Theater Company (Company Member): 1984, Swimming in the Shallows, The Trial, The Flu Season, Eleemosynary, Cloud 9, The Elephant Man, The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail, The Learned Ladies, Woyzeck; Theater J: Hannah and Martin; Cherry Red Productions: Killer Joe; Longacre Lea: After Magritte; Rorschach Theatre: A Bright Room Called Day; Fountainhead Theatre: A Delicate Balance; Washington Shakespeare Company: The Revenger’s Tragedy; American Century Theater: Drama Under the Influence (u/s); Folger Theatre: Elizabeth the Queen, A Comedy of Errors; Studio Theatre: Guantanamo. Studied with Uta Hagen, performed at HB Studios NYC and with Will Geer in LA.
 
       
       
                 
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