by Oscar Wilde
Adapted and Directed by Alan Stanford
Featuring: John DeMita, Nike Doukas, Jodi Gage, and Leo Marks
Also starring: Lily Davis, James FitzGerald, Colette Freiwald, Heidi Friese, Martin Giles, Lisa Ann Goldsmith, Luke Halferty, Casey Jordan, Dylan Marquis Meyers, Hannah Morris, Helena Ruoti, Jordan Ross Weinhold, and David Whalen
July 11 – 27, 2013
The Charity Randall Theatre
Tongues wag when the tarnished Mrs. Erlynne returns to town, but it’s Lady Windermere who is most scandalized: she suspects her new husband of having an affair with this woman of ill-repute. When she decides to strike back at him with her own unfaithfulness, an unlikely rescuer saves her from the deed and its damage to her reputation. Newly re-conceived by director Alan Stanford, Oscar Wilde’s comic masterpiece time-travels to the 1940’s, where the consequences for breaking the rules of high society are still considerable.
ASL (American Sign Language) Interpretation available at the 2pm matinee on Saturday, July 27th. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request seats, or call the office at 412-561-6000 for further information.
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