L.A. Theatre Works: A Woman of No Importance

L.A. Theatre Works: A Woman of No Importance

                                    L.A. Theatre Works: A Woman of No Importance
| 1 h 46 min
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This radio play from the L.A. Theatre Works series presents A Woman of No Importance, a play by Oscar Wilde. A tender love story, a glittering setting in London society and a shower of witticisms are only a few of the reasons this play has enjoyed hugely successful revivals. This 1895 drama is eerily prescient, as it explores the plight of a promising young politician, desperate to hide a secret in his past. With empathy and wit, Wilde explores the pitfalls of holding public figures to higher standards than the rest of us.

Recording top screen and stage actors in state of the art productions, L.A. Theatre Works transforms great works of theatre into intimate, compelling, and sound-rich plays. Its Audio Theatre Collection is the largest of its kind in the world.

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  • director
    Michael Hackett
  • producer
    Susan Albert Loewenberg
  • author
    Oscar Wilde
  • actor
    Jacqueline Bisset
    Alfred Molina
    Yeardley Smith
    Rosalind Ayres
    Paul Gutrecht
    Martin Jarvis
    Robert Machray
    Miriam Margoyles
    Jim Norton

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