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Ever Yours, Oscar

June 19th - August 29thTom Patterson TheatreTicket Info
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Bedford breathes new life into...

“Wylde’s decision to divide the letters into two groups — pre- and post-Wilde’s trial and imprisonment — adds a welcome structure to the proceedings…”

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The importance of reading Oscar

A thoughtful account of Tony Award winner Brian Bedford’s  performance… “[his] intelligence and skill, the affability of his manner and the sharpness of his wit, should be familiar by now. But they’re so exceptional, while seeming so deceptively easy, that they take you by surprise every time.”

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Bedford's Oscar Wilde more earnest...

Crew enjoys the material “the source material is wonderful, full of wit and aphorisms” and Bedford “I can think of few actors that I would rather spend an afternoon watching than that mesmerizing veteran Brian Bedford” but wasn’t enamoured with the production.

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Blogger reviews preview

“I was not prepared for the impact of seeing Brian Bedford reading “Ever Yours, Oscar” this afternoon (June 19). I have read and seen plays about Oscar and read books on his life, but this afternoon’s performance by Mr. Bedford was illuminating beyond words.

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