Lipscomb’s Artist-in-Residence presents
Man and Superman
By George Bernard Shaw
A forceful comedy of ideas, mixing satire with profound philosophical vision, George Bernard Shaw’s “Man and Superman” follows the romantic interplay of political firebrand and confirmed bachelor jack Tanner and Ann Whitfield, the charming and scheming woman who intends to marry him. It’s a romantic comedy told on an epic scale, moving from a comedy of manners in an Edwardian manor to a dramatic debate set in hell – with Don Juan and the Devil arguing about the ultimate purpose of mankind. It’s a brilliant blend of light comedy and weighty convictions.
Director: Beki Baker
Where: Collins Shamblin Theatre
When: Jan. 24-25 and 28, Jan. 30-Feb. 1 at 7:30 p.m.; Jan. 26 and Feb. 2 at 2:30 p.m.
Sampler Package: The Blackbird Theater production of “Man and Superman” is included within the Lipscomb University Theatre 2013-2014 sampler package. The sampler package allows patrons to purchase tickets to three shows of their choice for $30. Contact the Lipscomb Box Office at 966-7077 to purchase this ticket package.
Lipscomb University Theatre is proud to present its most exciting season to date under the theme “Aligning the Stars,” so named because the season is produced by three stars of the Nashville theater scene: Lipscomb Theatre; Blackbird Theater, Lipscomb’s artist-in-residence; and the Circle Players, Nashville’s oldest community theater. These three organizations are combining their efforts to bring you a varied and powerful season – all under one roof.
Click here for more information on the remaining Lipscomb Theatre 2013-14 season.