Shaw satirizes romantic ideas concerning war, heroism and upward mobility while taking a swing at class and gender politics. The play unfolds in Bulgaria in 1885, towards the end of the very brief Serbo-Bulgarian War. There are soldiers, love triangles, family drama, enemies to lovers, pining, banter, forbidden romance, and chocolate. The plot follows a cast of characters that are trying to live up to their own romantic expectations of who they think they should be. –A 19TH CENTURY ROM-COM–

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