A Delightful Revival of Arms and the Man Charms Audiences with Laughter And Folly

Gingold Theatrical Group's recent production of Bernard Shaw's hidden gem, "Arms and the Man", at Theatre Row, is a delightful revival that captivates theatergoers with its infectious humor and engaging performances. While it may not enjoy the same level of recognition as Shaw's renowned works like Pygmalion and Mrs. Warren's Profession, this lively rendition, skillfully directed by David Staller, successfully showcases the play's timeless anti-war theme, infusing it with campy humor that resonates with modern audiences. From the moment the curtains rise, the production exudes an air of comedic brilliance. The cast, after a introduction, fully embraces the laughably exaggerated characters