A Woman of No Importance

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Monday, Nov 03, 2008 (7:30 PM)

A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde


Creative team


Production team


Synopsis

In 1893 Oscar Wilde wrote a 'Society Comedy' which, in the heavily censored theater of the time, explores with great subtlety and ambiguity the realities of a nation divided by class and cash. A complex examination of gender, class, morality and the true meaning of love, this is a hugely entertaining play with all Wilde's signature style and wit. Presented by final year Acting and Technical and Production Arts students.


Production photographs

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