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    A Woman of No Importance takes place in a 24-hour period during a house party hosted by Lady Hunstanton at her country estate. The upper echelons of English society mix, mingle and flirt, including Lady Caroline Pontefract (who is on her fourth husband), the witty and ironic Mrs. Allonby and the dandyish Lord Illingworth. Wilde balances these worldly characters with a visiting young American woman, Hester Worsley, who becomes attracted to the earnest Gerald Arbuthnot, soon to become Lord Illingworth's secretary. When Gerald's mother pays a visit, however, the secret of his scandalous parentage will be revealed, and more than one future placed in jeopardy.


    Lord Alfred: Alan Weyman
    Lady Hunstanton: PJ Morgan
    Lord Illingworth: Ben Lindsey-Clark
    Farquhar: Chris Marcellus
    Gerald Arbuthnot: David Prickett
    Archdeacon: Denis Daly
    Mrs. Arbuthnot: Elizabeth Klett
    Mrs. Allonby: Erin Louttit
    Francis: Jeff Moon
    Lady Caroline Pontefract: Linda Barrans
    Sir John Pontefract: Noel Badrian
    Mr. Kelvil: Peter Tucker
    Alice: Leanne Yau
    Hester Worsley: Susan Iannucci
    Lady Stutfield: Tiffany Halla Colonna

    Stage directions read by Amanda Friday Audio, edited by Elizabeth Klett.

    Public Domain (P)2017 The Online Stage

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    • Elaine
    • 23/05/2017

    Perfect performance of a very interesting play.

    A fully enjoyable experience in every way. The actors were marvelous especially Elizabeth Klett as Mrs. Arbuthnot although all the other characters spoke/acted their parts well. Oscar Wilde's satirical views on life were amusing and came to the forefront as the story unfolded. The scenes for the acts were vividly described so that the listener could see as if present in a theater. The play's ending was superb. You will thoroughly enjoy it!

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