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Mocking the Unmocked

The play The Country Wife written by William Wycherley illustrates a case in which the opposite sexes are constantly toying with one another, spreading rumors and locking their spouses up as a means of a control and tactics to make a mockery out of life’s most precious values. 1,205 more words


Dulaang UP's The Country Wife: Rated SPG

No, there isn’t any sudden Oblation Run or show of inappropriate flesh… But hey, it’s definitely not for high schoolers.

I bought a ticket to the first night of Dulaang UP’s… 561 more words



It’s been 7 years since the time I was supposed to graduate from the University of the Philippines-Diliman (not too long considering the fact that UP theater students are notorious for that), and it’s safe to say that it also has been 7 years since the last time I’ve set foot on the Wilfredo Ma. 1,018 more words

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Review | The Country Wife by William Wycherley

Fine. I’ll admit it.

This play was actually really funny.

Don’t expect to hear me say it again though.


Mr. Harry Horner is officially a eunuch. 579 more words


In Medias Res | ...and You're OKAY with That?!

This is a gnarly play. “Gnarly” being the lit class euphemism for sex-crazed.

I’m okay with it, though, because that’s not all what the play is about. 369 more words

In Medias Res (IMR)

NEWS: New season of works at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland announces an ambitious season of new work from September 2014 to January 2015.

In conjunction with an exciting array of performances and events throughout the upcoming months, the new season also marks a new phase in leadership as new Principal, Jeffrey Sharkey joins the Conservatoire. 138 more words


Noble Chivalry Shines

Noble Chivalry Shines, a Comparative Analysis of The Country Wife, The Mode of Man, and The Way of the World
By Trudy A. Martinez

The messages in the plays, … 1,940 more words


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