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Wives as they Were and Maids as they Are

Wives as they Were and Maids as they Are (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01845322582. Details of all Wives as they Were and Maids as they Are archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1884535277

Archive Listings

24 Sep 08
  to
4 Oct 08
Haymarket Theatre
Basingstoke, Hampshire
Performance Details => Venue archive
9 Sep 08
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20 Sep 08
Theatre Royal
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Performance Details => Venue archive

Details

Wives as they Were and Maids as they Are archiveDangerous flirtation and reckless spending whirl a young woman towards disaster in a Regency London full of predatory bachelors and jealous husbands. A wry comedy of manners from the writer of Lovers' Vows, the play which shocked Jane Austen's characters in Mansfield Park. First performed in 1797, this delightful comedy from one of the most remarkable woman writers of the time encapsulates some of the best aspects of Georgian drama: strong social critique in an age of decadence, and razor-sharp observational dialogue. Elizabeth Inchbald's works are as entertaining today as they were two hundred years ago.

Cast/Performers

Tim Frances (Sir William Dorrillon), Michael Burrell (Mr Norberry), Karen Elliot (Stephens - Servant to Mr Norberry), John Webb (Lord Priory), Ursula Early (Lady Mary Raffle), Laura Doddington (Miss Maria Dorrillon), Alex Caine (Sir George Evelyn), James Wallace (Mr Bronzely), Karen Elliot (Porter - a boy of the Priory household), Giles Faulkener (Nabson), Jo Tincey

Creatives/Company

Author: Elizabeth Inchbald
Producer: Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds (in association with Anvil Arts)
Director: Colin Blumenau
Design: Kit Surrey

Reviews

No UKTW or User reviews available.
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