I have history with The Country Wife. As a drama student I learned the role of Harcourt in 24 hours when illness devastated the cast at the Nuffield Theatre Lancaster. The reviewer from the Guardian stayed only till the interval and because I had much more to do in the first half, hailed me as […]
Spirited, effervescent and fun, The Country Wife, offers a night of unbridled entertainment – and not a periwig or frock-coat in sight
Morphic Graffiti has announced casting of the ‘Bright Young Things’ for the company’s new adaptation of William Wycherley’s restoration comedy The Country Wife at the Southwark Playhouse.
Morphic Graffiti updates William Wycherley’s Restoration comedy The Country Wife to the roaring Twenties for a run at London’s Southwark Playhouse in April.
Once you get past thinking this might be a rubber-suited prequel to the Gotham City franchise, the next thing to swallow is it’s based on a news story. Kinda. According to alien-spotting supermarket tabloid Weekly World News, a Spock-eared child purporting to be half-human half-Fledermaus was discovered in a West Virginia (isn’t it always?) cave in 1992. […]
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