Pacific Resident Theatre Presents
George Bernard Shaw’s Rollicking feminist Comedy


Three Weeks Only:
Thursday Through Sunday at 8pm
March 26-20 – Apr 2-5 – Apr 9-12

Directed by Michael Rothhaar

Featuring: Orson Bean, Terrence Beasor,
Alexander Enberg, Mari Gorman,
Jaxon Gwillim, Alley Mills

Set John Binkley
Lighting Jill Proctor
Costumes Dana Woods
Produced By Paula Malcomson

705 1/2 Venice Blvd (corner of Oakwood)
Suggested donation at the door $10
To make a reservation call (310) 301-1906

The Pacific Resident Theatre is under the
Artistic Direction of MARILYN FOX

Critics Pick: Backstage West
Special Garland Award –
Best Track Record of 1997

This is a presentation of the co-op division of p.r.t.
and not part of the regular p.r.t. schedule

George Bernard Shaw was born in Dublin, Ireland on July 26, 1856. He wrote 47 plays, including Candida, Man and Superman, Arms and the Man, The Devil’s Desciple, Heartbreak House, Back to Methusclah, Androcles and the Lion, Mrs. Warren’s Profession and St. Joan. He received the Nobel Prize for literature in 1925. This production is in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Shaw’s first production of Candida.


Pacific Resident Theater