The UofA Theatre Guild Student Society
A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE
A play by Oscar Wilde
Directed by Saphron Giannos
Thurs 11 - Sat 13 November, 7:30pm
Matinee: Sat 13 November, 2pm
Oscar Wilde's classic comedy is set in the stuffy world of Hunstanton manor, circa late 1800s England, with its lush countryside and decrepit inhabitants. Gerald Arbuthnot is about to become secretary to the charming, roguish Lord Illingworth. In the middle of Wilde's timeless witticisms and satire is a terrible secret involving Rachel, Gerald's loving but protective mother, and as it comes to light, Wilde shows why after all these years no other playwright balances drama and comedy with such finesse.
Little Theatre, University of Adelaide
Adelaide SA 5082
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