She Stoops to Conquer

She Stoops to Conquer

written by Oliver Goldsmith, 1730-1774 (1771); directed by Martin Jarvis, 1941-; performed by Rosalind Ayres, 1946-, Adam Godley, 1964-, Julian Holloway, 1944-, James Marsters, 1962-, Christopher Neame, 1947-, Paula Jane Newman, Ian Ogilvy, 1943-, Moira Quirk, 1968-, Darren Richardson, Joanne Whalley, 1964- and Matt Wolf, 1972- (L. A. Theatre Works, 2010, originally published 2010), 1 hour 56 mins, 112 page(s)

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Adapted by
Martin Jarvis, 1941-
Field of Interest
Drama
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2012. Used by permission of L.A. Theatre Works.
Director
Martin Jarvis, 1941-
Content Type
Spoken word recording
Duration
1 hour 56 mins
Format
Audio
Sub Genre
Comedy
Label
L. A. Theatre Works
Original Publication Date
2010
Page Count
112
Performer
Rosalind Ayres, 1946-, Adam Godley, 1964-, Julian Holloway, 1944-, James Marsters, 1962-, Christopher Neame, 1947-, Paula Jane Newman, Ian Ogilvy, 1943-, Moira Quirk, 1968-, Darren Richardson, Joanne Whalley, 1964-, Matt Wolf, 1972-
Playwright
Oliver Goldsmith, 1730-1774
Publisher
L. A. Theatre Works
Date Recorded
2010-06-16
Release Date
2010
Setting
The Hardcastle mansion in the English countryside, the 18th century., The Three Pigeons Alehouse, England, the 18th century
Subject
Drama, Theatre, Literature & Language, Music & Performing Arts, Comedy, American Theater, Modern Theater, Comédia, Comedia, Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano, Teatro Moderno, Boldness, Arrogant, Men-women relationships, Identity, Mistaken identity, Mother-son relationships, Elope, Engagement, Farce, Comedy of manners, Satire, Charles Marlow, George Hastings, Tony Lumpkin, Mr. Hardcastle, Mrs. Hardcastle, Miss Kate Hardcastle, Miss Constance Neville, Sir Charles Marlow
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Comédia, Comedia, Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano, Teatro Moderno, Boldness, Arrogant, Men-women relationships, Identity, Mistaken identity, Mother-son relationships, Elope, Engagement, Farce, Comedy of manners, Satire

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