By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by John Going

March 11 - April 12 , 1996

1995-1996 Mainstage Season

The Story

This clever fantasy about eight courtships among seven people brings to our stage an abundance of Shaw’s spectacular verbal wit. When Lina, the aviatrix/acrobat, crashes her aeroplane into the greenhouse of a proper English country estate, she changes the course of everyone’s life. This comedy about love, marriage and the generation gap is as witty, impudent and insightful today as when it was written nearly a century ago.

Creative & Production Staff

Scenic Designer: James Wolk
Costume Designer: J. Bruce Summers
Lighting Designer: Howard Werner
Stage Manager: T.R. Martin
Assistant Stage Manager: Claudette Waddle


Michael Booth (John Tarleton, Junior)
Timothy Reynolds (Bentley Summerhays)
Katherine Leask (Hypatia Tarleton)
June Gibbons (Mrs. Tarleton)
Richard Ooms (Lord Summerhays)
Charles Antalosky (John Tarleton)
Bob Kirsh (Joseph Percival)
Corinna May (Lina Szczepanowska)
Timothy Gulan (Julius Baker ["Gunner"])

Sponsorship & Support

The Repertory Theatre is grateful to the following donors for their generous support of Misalliance: Clifford Willard Gaylord Foundation, General American, Jefferson Smurfit Corporation, Mark Twain Banks.