An ideal husband

11 June 2005

Lisa and I went to see Oscar Wilde’s An ideal husband at the Maidement Studio. A very enjoyable romp through the mores of Victorian England. A solid performance.

It was nice to see Miriam Sharpe playing Lady Chiltern—I think we’ve previously seen her in Summer Shakespeare The set was pretty good—I liked the leaves—and I enjoyed the way the stage was “set” as the audience came in.

The only thing I don’t understand is why the direct/stage manager/set design had his name capitalized (or not) as patrick graham, instead of Patrick Graham. Answers on a postcard to …