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The first American recording of a Noel Coward gem,
based on Oscar Wilde's play Lady Windermere's Fan.

1892. London at the turn of the century - and Oh, what a century it's been! Queen Victoria reigns supreme as the Crème de la Crème gather at the home of Lord and Lady Windermere in Hyde Park for a brilliant soirée! But amidst the warmth of the gaslights, the swirling ballgowns and the outrageous flirting from behind flashing fans, a secret lurks and betrayal rears its ugly head. Noël Coward's enchanting musical adaptation takes up where Oscar Wilde leaves off as Lady Windermere's honor is severely tested when home and duty clash dangerously with passion and compromise.

With Kathleen Widdoes, Mary Illes, Kristin Huxhold, Paul Carlin David Staller, Collette Simmons, Greg Mills, Josh Grisetti Drew Eshelman, Elizabeth Inghram

Directed and Designed By Tony Walton

Mark Hartman, Music Director

Album Produced by Bruce Kimmel


• Click on titles below to hear a song sample:

Why Is It The Woman Who Pays?
I Knew That You Would Be My Love
Mr. Hopper’s Chanty
Sweet Day
Stay on the Side of the Angels
Oh, What a Century
May I Have the Pleasure
Good Evening, Lady Windermere
Let’s Say Goodbye
I Offer You My Heart
I Feel So Terribly Alone
London at Night
Letter Song/Never Again
Why Is It The Woman Who Pays? (reprise)
Clear Bright Morning
Remember Me
Something On A Tray
Faraway Land
Let’s Say Goodbye (reprise)
Light is the Heart

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