THE SMALL STAGE: Stylishing Wilde – An Ideal Husband With Company Of Strangers

THE SMALL STAGE: Stylishing Wilde – An Ideal Husband With Company Of Strangers

REVIEW — THE SMALL STAGE: Stylishing Wilde – An Ideal Husband With Company Of Strangers

…Head costumer Barb Hummel took a bold direction…Hummel and her team of customers do such a good job…

“Oscar Wilde’s distinct blend of wit and drama find a firm footing in The Underground Collaborative this month as Company of Strangers presents its staging of An Ideal HusbandRalph Williams is compellingly conflicted as Sir Robert Chiltern–a man who is being blackmailed into making a bad decision due to an immorality committed in his youth…

…Head costumer Barb Hummel took a bold direction for a staging of Oscar Wilde. The steampunk-inspired costuming may not be entirely out of place in London in the 1890s, but it’s not exactly aesthetic that one associates with the playwright. Hummel and her team of customers do such a good job…”

It’s gorgeous stuff…

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