A Woman of No Importance (Director's Playbook Edition)
A classic comedy by Irish satirist Oscar Wilde. A young man is given a lucrative offer to improve his standing in life, but he is unaware of the history between his mother and his benefactor. More
Director's Playbook Editions help artists turn playscripts into productions, providing the interested reader with useful information, summaries and charts. As well as the full text, this book contains:
*A 'Production Cheatsheet'
*Information on the playwright
*Descriptions of characters, setting, props, etc.
One of Oscar Wilde's comedic classics and a precise satire of Britain's upper classes. At a gathering at Hunstanton Chase, the young Gerald Arbuthnot has been given a rare opportunity to make something of himself by the cavalier Lord Illingworth, but a chance meeting between his mother Mrs. Arbuthnot and Lord Illingworth reveals that there's more behind the offer than Gerald knows