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'An Ideal Husband' by Oscar Wilde, at the American Theatre of Actors

Jambalaya Productions and the Urban Island Theatre Group present an equity showcase of An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde playing at the American Theatre of Actors' Sergeant Theatre from the 31 Aug - 17 Sep 2005.

An Ideal Husband is a comedic farce that explores the potential downfall of Sir Robert Chiltern, a respected and seemingly irreproachable politician who is in danger of being exposed by the mischievous Mrs. Cheveley, after having discovered his scandalous past. Set in London in 1895, at the end of the Victorian era, the play is a biting social commentary on false morality, social hypocrisy and the corruption of greed with more than a few similarities to current events.

The cast, directed by Robert Francis Perillo, includes: Trevor St. John, Christina Apathy, Kevin Cramer, Carolyn DeMerice, Robert Haufrecht, Lian-Marie Holmes, Lynne McCollough* and Hal Smith-Reynolds*. (*equity showcase)

An Ideal Husband has design by Mark Delancey, costumes by Stephanie Voyer, lighting design by Charles Cameron, dialect coaching by Robert Blumenfeld and music composition by Michelangelo Sosnowitz.

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