Michael James Ford
Adapted from the works of Ada Leverson.
Ada Leverson, otherwise known as the "Gilded Sphinx of Golden Memory", was regarded as a match for Oscar Wilde in style, wit and intellect and remained loyal to Wilde from his days of triumph to his tragic demise. Telling the story of the extraordinary friendship between Wilde and Leverson, this play is based on her reminiscences and incorporates her parodies of Wilde's work.
The original production also used six recorded voices. See original production for details.
01 August 2000
The play was original presented in association with the Oscar Wilde Literary Society alongside Wilde's 'The Happy Prince'.
Produced by Bewley’s Cafe Theatre
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