🎤 Micheál Mac Liammóir - The Importance Of Being Oscar (Part I). An Entertainment On The Life And Works Of Oscar Wilde MP3
- Performer: Micheál Mac Liammóir
- Title: The Importance Of Being Oscar (Part I). An Entertainment On The Life And Works Of Oscar Wilde
- Genre: Not music
- Country: UK
- Record source: Vinyl, LP, Stereo
- Style: Monolog
- Label: CBS
- Cat#: 61159
- MP3 album: 1027 mb
- FLAC album: 1725 mb
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 255
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"Micheál MacLiammóir In:The Edwards-MacLiammóir Dublin -Gate Theatre Production Of "
"The Importance Of Being Oscar(Part I)"
"An Entertainment On The Life And Works Of Oscar Wilde"
"Directed By Hilton Edwards."
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Start by marking The Importance of Being Oscar: An Entertainment on the Life & Works of Oscar Wilde as Want to Read: Want to Read saving Want to Read. When first published in 1963, the critics acclaimed the text as outstandingly skilful and memorable tribute from one Irish artist to anothe Micheal macLiammoir launched his famous one-man show on Wilde at the Dublin Theatre Festival in 1960 and, under the direction of Hilton Edwards, performed The Importance of Being Oscar all over the world during the next fifteen years. Mac Liammóir wrote and performed a one-man show, The Importance of Being Oscar, based on the life and work of Oscar Wilde. The Telefís Éireann production won him a Jacob's Award in December 1964. It was later filmed by the BBC with Mac Liammóir reprising the role. 변형: 모두 표시 중 Micheál Mac Liammóir Michael MacLiammoir. Michael Mac Liammoir, Micheál MacLiammóir. Michael MacLiammoir's one man show based on the life and works of Oscar Wilde. MICHEÁL Mac LIAMMÓIR 'I must be talking to my friends' full album. Leonard Importance of Being Oscar is a one man show devised by the soi-disant self-styled Irish actor Micheál Mac Liammóir and based on the writings of Oscar Wilde. It intersperses excerpts from Wilde's plays and other writings with biographical highlights of his life. Mac Liammóir performed this show for the first time at the Gate Theatre, Dublin in 1960, took it to Broadway under the auspices of Michael Redgrave's production company with lighting design by Lee Watson, and toured with it all over the. Micheál Mac Liammóir 25 October 1899 6 March 1978, born Alfred Willmore, was an English-born Irish actor, dramatist, impresario, writer, poet and painter. As Alfred Willmore, he was one of the leading child actors on the English stage, in the company of Noël Coward. He studied painting at London's Slade School of Art, continuing to paint throughout his lifetime. In the 1920s he travelled all over Europe. One - Micheál Mac Liammóir. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Mac Liammóir performing The Importance of Being Oscar. Alfred Willmore. In 1970 Mac Liammóir performed the role of narrator on the cult album Peace on Earth by the Northern Irish showband, the Freshmen and in 1971 he played an elocution teacher in Curtis Harrington's What's the Matter with Helen. Mac Liammóir claimed when talking to Irish playwright Mary Manning, to have had a homosexual relationship with General Eoin O'Duffy, former Garda Síochána Commissioner and head of the paramilitary Blueshirts in Ireland, during the 1930s. Mac Liammóir's life and artistic development are the subject of a major study by Tom Madden, The Making of an Artist. In The Importance of Being Oscar BBC Two, a sprightly turn through the life and works of the great Irishman destroyed by the British establishment and his own folly, two actors performed this scene talking heads then glossed its relevance to his tragic life. Wildes marriage to the long-suffering, and emblematically named, Constance was scuppered by the playwrights illicit passion for Lord Alfred Bosie Douglas. Bosies dad, the Marquis of Queensberry, turned up to the first night of The Importance of Being Earnest in 1895 with a bouquet of rotting vegetables then left a card at Wildes club describing him as a sondomite sic. He narrated the 1963 film Tom Jones and was the Irish storyteller in 30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia 1968 which starred Dudley Moore. In 1969 he had a supporting role in John Huston's The Kremlin Letter. Oíche Bealtaine. Where Stars walk. The Importance of Being Oscar One-man show. I Must Be Talking To my Friends One-man show. See also. Highlights from Oscar's brilliant comedies such as The Importance of Being Earnest and stories such as The Picture of Dorian Gray and The Canterville Ghost are adapted and performed by a cast including Freddie Fox, Claire Skinner, Anna Chancellor and James. Highlights from Oscar's brilliant comedies. See full summary