UIW Theatre presents Misalliance by George Bernard Shaw

Margaret Garcia | Fri Nov 10, 2017

 

San Antonio – Set in England, the action follows Hypatia – the daughter of a self-made underwear mogul.  She’s a “new woman;” bored with the stuffy attitudes of the aristocracy and anxious to shape her world. Shaw lets us know that fast-paced modernity is on a collision course with the stodgy status quo when he crashes an airplane into Hypatia’s family estate. This romantic comedy reverses the traditional roles in courtship – in Misalliance women are the ardent hunters and men their hapless prey.  Shaw’s Misalliance is an ironic debate about marriage, “The New Woman”, and the distance that exists between parent and child.

Mark Stringham directs Misalliance with scene design by Christopher McCollum, costume design by Margaret Mitchell, lighting design by Justin Bennett, and sound design by Mark Stringham.  

Performance Dates, Times, and Location

November 10, 11 & 17 at 8 PM (Fridays & Saturday)

November 15 & 16 at 7 PM (Wednesday & Thursday)

November 12 at 2 PM (Sunday)

All performances take place in the Coates Theatre on the UIW campus. 

Ticket Prices

Adults: $12      Seniors: $9      Non-UIW Students: $8            Groups (10 or more): $7

UIW Students, Faculty and Staff may attend free of charge by presenting their valid ID

For More Information or Reservations:
Call us at (210) 829-3800 or (210) 829-3810 during regular business hours

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CONTACT:    Margaret Garcia, associate director communications and marketing,
(210) 829-6001, mlgarci2@uiwtx.edu