Event Yet Each Man Kills the Thing he Loves
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Venue The Eleventh Hour Theatre, Fitzroy, VIC
First Date 14 November 2003
Opening Date 14 November 2003
Last Date 6 December 2003
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional cooperative
World Premiere No
Description Yet Each Man Kills the Thing he Loves weaves two of Oscar Wilde's last works, An Ideal Husband and The Ballad of Reading Gaol...Although written in very different personal circumstances - the first, when Wilde was at the height of his popularity and the second, when he was physically destroyed and socially outcast - both works are concerned with the suffering caused by a society seemingly without compassion.
Description Source Press Release
Primary Genre Theatre - Spoken Word
Secondary Genre Drama
Subjects Humanity
Organisations
The Eleventh Hour, Production Company
The Eleventh Hour, Presenting Company
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Richard Bligh Actor
Christopher Brown Actor
Marco Chiappi Actor
Miria Kostiuk Actor
Christen O'Leary Actor
Fiona Todd Actor
David Tredinnick Actor
Mary Moore Designer
William Henderson Director
Anne Thompson Director
William Henderson Dramaturg
Anne Thompson Dramaturg
Niklas Pajanti Lighting Designer
Oscar Wilde Playwright
Resources
Article: Alison Dean, Melbourne Times, 0
Article: Chris Boyd, The Herald Sun, 24 November 2003, 0
Article: Fiona Todd, Fitzroyal Mail, October 2003, 0
Article: Georgie Nicholson, [Yet Each Man Kills the Thing he Loves], Inpress, 12 November 2003, 0
Article: Helen Thomson, The Australian, 17 November 2003, 0
Article: John Bailey, Beat, 26 November 2003, 0
Article: Megan Ellul, Mx, 13 November 2003, 0
Article: Melbourne Star Observer, 13 November 2003, 0
Article: Michael Magnusson, Melbourne Community Voice, 31 October 2003, 0
Article: Robin Usher, The Age, 12 November 2003, 0
Article: Thornton McCamish, The Sunday Age, 16 November 2003, 0
Review: Bill Perrett, Agenda, 23 November 2003, 25
Review: Bill Perrett, Agenda, 23 November 2003, 25
Review: Chris Boyd, n/a, 24 November 2003, 83
Review: Helen Thomson, A3, 19 November 2003, 6
Review: Jonathan Marshall, Dancing Cultural Time Zones, February 2004, 42
Review: Thuy On, n/a, 17 November 2003, 7
Works
An Ideal Husband
The Ballad of Reading Gaol
Text Nationality England
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Review
Press Release
Programme
Event Identifier 60974