idealhusband Elizabeth’s latest release is the third play in the Oscar Wilde series from The Online Stage: the 1895 comic drama An Ideal Husband, now available at Audible! Elizabeth reads the role of the idealistic Lady Chiltern in this production, whose husband Sir Robert Chiltern (Chris Marcellus) faces crises both professional and personal when the devious Mrs. Cheveley (PJ Morgan) forces him to confront his past. In the meantime, the dandyish Lord Goring (Ben Lindsey-Clark) conducts a witty romance with Mabel Chiltern (Amanda Friday), while enduring abuse for his idleness from his cantankerous father (Alan Weyman). This wonderful production was preceded by the same cast performing The Importance of Being Earnest and Lady Windermere’s Fan, also available at Audible. The final Wilde play, A Woman of No Importance, is currently in production and will be released in March.

earnest Elizabeth is very pleased to announce the release of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, presented by The Online Stage. This full-cast production is now available at Audible, where you can listen to an audio sample. Elizabeth reads the role of Lady Bracknell in this classic play.

The Importance of Being Earnest is Wilde’s most famous and oft-produced play. First performed in 1895, and subtitled “A Trivial Comedy for Serious People”, it shows Wilde at his satirical and scathingly witty best. It follows the misadventures of Algy and Jack as they attempt to woo and wed Cecily and Gwendolen under the assumed name “Ernest”, much to the disapproval of the aristocratic Lady Bracknell.

ladywindermere Elizabeth is pleased to announce the release of the first audiobook in a collection of plays by Oscar Wilde: Lady Windermere’s Fan, now available at Audible. Forthcoming plays will be The Importance of Being EarnestAn Ideal Husband, and A Woman of No Importance, to be released this fall and in early 2017. Elizabeth reads the role of Mrs. Erlynne in Lady Windermere’s Fan, alongside a superlative cast.

Passion and intrigue among the upper classes form the basis of Lady Windermere’s Fan, Oscar Wilde’s first successful play, which displays his trademark wit and wisdom. Beautiful and innocent Lady Windermere finds out that her husband has been keeping company with the scandalous and mysterious Mrs. Erlynne. Her discovery unleashes a host of tensions at her 21st birthday party, where London’s elite have gathered to gossip.