A Woman of No Importance

From ESAT
Jump to navigation Jump to search

A Woman of No Importance is a play by Irish poet and playwright Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) [1].

Performance history in South Africa

1946: Presented by the Cape Town Repertory Theatre Society, produced by Leonard Schach in the Little Theatre, December 1946. The cast consisted of Joyce Burch, Barbara Barton Smith, Billie Jones, Dorothy Felbert, Minna Millsten, Ivor Jones, Cecil Jubber, June Neville, Tom Price, Basil Warner. Settings designed by Cecil Pym.

1968: A PACT production at the Alexander Theatre directed by Leonard Schach in July.

1995: A Rhodes University Drama Department in March-April was directed by David Alcock and Stacy Hardy for graduation in March-April 1995, starring David Alcock, Nan Hamilton, Tamara Guhrs, Kay Johnson and others.

Sources

South African Opinion, 3(11):21, 30, 1947.

Trek, 11(13):18, 1946.

Inskip, 1977. p 19.

PACT souvenir programme, 1968, announcement of forthcoming productions.

Photograph and other material (1995 production) held by NELM: Photograph collection [Collection: Rhodes University. Drama Department]: 2008. 51. 7. 2. 1.

Return to

Return to W in Plays 2 Foreign Plays

Return to South_African_Theatre/Plays

Return to Main Page