Frothy romantic comedy? Witty class system satire? Keen indictment of war? You'll get it all in George Bernard Shaw's classic Arms and the Man. One of the great playwrights of the 20th century, Shaw manages to bring wit and wisdom together in this timeless gem. George Orwell called it: “...Probably the wittiest play he ever wrote, the most flawless technically, and in spite of being a very light comedy, the most telling.” Directed by Jackie Apodaca. $21 general admission, $18 senior, $6 student. For special discounts to three or more plays, SOU alumni and Osher Lifelong Learning Institute participants, please contact the Box Office. Tickets: 541-552-6348, online at sou.edu/performingarts (for a small service charge) or at the door.