The Country Wife

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November 9, 2022
7:30PM - 9:30PM
Thurber Theatre

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Add to Calendar 2022-11-09 19:30:00 2022-11-09 21:30:00 The Country Wife By William Wycherley Directed by Tom Dugdale and E.J. Westlake Horner spreads the rumor that he’s impotent to gain other men’s trust and access to their wives, seducing the latter, and cuckolding the former. Pinchwife attempts to keep his much younger and inexperienced new wife away from the attention of London rakes such as Horner. Horner’s friend Harcourt falls in love with Pinchwife’s sister Alithea and seeks her hand in marriage even though she’s engaged Sparkish, a vain socialite. First produced in 1675, this play spent nearly 200 years banned from stage and print because of its scandalous story and risqué language. Our production of William Wycherley’s Restoration comedy uses Netflix’s Bridgerton as an inspiration, mixing periods and blending styles to explore themes of love, fidelity, freedom, and power. Access the digital program before, during, or after the performance. No paper programs will be distributed. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Ohio State Theatre Ticket Office, by phone at 614-292-2295, or online through Ticketmaster.  Thurber Theatre Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts theatreandfilm@osu.edu America/New_York public
November 10, 2022
7:30PM - 9:30PM
Thurber Theatre

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Add to Calendar 2022-11-10 19:30:00 2022-11-10 21:30:00 The Country Wife By William Wycherley Directed by Tom Dugdale and E.J. Westlake Horner spreads the rumor that he’s impotent to gain other men’s trust and access to their wives, seducing the latter, and cuckolding the former. Pinchwife attempts to keep his much younger and inexperienced new wife away from the attention of London rakes such as Horner. Horner’s friend Harcourt falls in love with Pinchwife’s sister Alithea and seeks her hand in marriage even though she’s engaged Sparkish, a vain socialite. First produced in 1675, this play spent nearly 200 years banned from stage and print because of its scandalous story and risqué language. Our production of William Wycherley’s Restoration comedy uses Netflix’s Bridgerton as an inspiration, mixing periods and blending styles to explore themes of love, fidelity, freedom, and power. Access the digital program before, during, or after the performance. No paper programs will be distributed. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Ohio State Theatre Ticket Office, by phone at 614-292-2295, or online through Ticketmaster.  Thurber Theatre Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts theatreandfilm@osu.edu America/New_York public
November 13, 2022
3:00PM - 5:00PM
Thurber Theatre

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Add to Calendar 2022-11-13 15:00:00 2022-11-13 17:00:00 The Country Wife By William Wycherley Directed by Tom Dugdale and E.J. Westlake Horner spreads the rumor that he’s impotent to gain other men’s trust and access to their wives, seducing the latter, and cuckolding the former. Pinchwife attempts to keep his much younger and inexperienced new wife away from the attention of London rakes such as Horner. Horner’s friend Harcourt falls in love with Pinchwife’s sister Alithea and seeks her hand in marriage even though she’s engaged Sparkish, a vain socialite. First produced in 1675, this play spent nearly 200 years banned from stage and print because of its scandalous story and risqué language. Our production of William Wycherley’s Restoration comedy uses Netflix’s Bridgerton as an inspiration, mixing periods and blending styles to explore themes of love, fidelity, freedom, and power. Access the digital program before, during, or after the performance. No paper programs will be distributed. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Ohio State Theatre Ticket Office, by phone at 614-292-2295, or online through Ticketmaster.  Thurber Theatre Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts theatreandfilm@osu.edu America/New_York public
November 16, 2022
7:30PM - 9:30PM
Thurber Theatre

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Add to Calendar 2022-11-16 19:30:00 2022-11-16 21:30:00 The Country Wife By William Wycherley Directed by Tom Dugdale and E.J. Westlake Horner spreads the rumor that he’s impotent to gain other men’s trust and access to their wives, seducing the latter, and cuckolding the former. Pinchwife attempts to keep his much younger and inexperienced new wife away from the attention of London rakes such as Horner. Horner’s friend Harcourt falls in love with Pinchwife’s sister Alithea and seeks her hand in marriage even though she’s engaged Sparkish, a vain socialite. First produced in 1675, this play spent nearly 200 years banned from stage and print because of its scandalous story and risqué language. Our production of William Wycherley’s Restoration comedy uses Netflix’s Bridgerton as an inspiration, mixing periods and blending styles to explore themes of love, fidelity, freedom, and power. Access the digital program before, during, or after the performance. No paper programs will be distributed. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Ohio State Theatre Ticket Office, by phone at 614-292-2295, or online through Ticketmaster.  Thurber Theatre Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts theatreandfilm@osu.edu America/New_York public
November 17, 2022
7:30PM - 9:30PM
Thurber Theatre

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Add to Calendar 2022-11-17 19:30:00 2022-11-17 21:30:00 The Country Wife By William Wycherley Directed by Tom Dugdale and E.J. Westlake Horner spreads the rumor that he’s impotent to gain other men’s trust and access to their wives, seducing the latter, and cuckolding the former. Pinchwife attempts to keep his much younger and inexperienced new wife away from the attention of London rakes such as Horner. Horner’s friend Harcourt falls in love with Pinchwife’s sister Alithea and seeks her hand in marriage even though she’s engaged Sparkish, a vain socialite. First produced in 1675, this play spent nearly 200 years banned from stage and print because of its scandalous story and risqué language. Our production of William Wycherley’s Restoration comedy uses Netflix’s Bridgerton as an inspiration, mixing periods and blending styles to explore themes of love, fidelity, freedom, and power. Access the digital program before, during, or after the performance. No paper programs will be distributed. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Ohio State Theatre Ticket Office, by phone at 614-292-2295, or online through Ticketmaster.  Thurber Theatre Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts theatreandfilm@osu.edu America/New_York public
November 18, 2022
7:30PM - 9:30PM
Thurber Theatre

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Add to Calendar 2022-11-18 19:30:00 2022-11-18 21:30:00 The Country Wife By William Wycherley Directed by Tom Dugdale and E.J. Westlake Horner spreads the rumor that he’s impotent to gain other men’s trust and access to their wives, seducing the latter, and cuckolding the former. Pinchwife attempts to keep his much younger and inexperienced new wife away from the attention of London rakes such as Horner. Horner’s friend Harcourt falls in love with Pinchwife’s sister Alithea and seeks her hand in marriage even though she’s engaged Sparkish, a vain socialite. First produced in 1675, this play spent nearly 200 years banned from stage and print because of its scandalous story and risqué language. Our production of William Wycherley’s Restoration comedy uses Netflix’s Bridgerton as an inspiration, mixing periods and blending styles to explore themes of love, fidelity, freedom, and power. Access the digital program before, during, or after the performance. No paper programs will be distributed. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Ohio State Theatre Ticket Office, by phone at 614-292-2295, or online through Ticketmaster.  Thurber Theatre Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts theatreandfilm@osu.edu America/New_York public
November 19, 2022
7:30PM - 9:30PM
Thurber Theatre

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Add to Calendar 2022-11-19 19:30:00 2022-11-19 21:30:00 The Country Wife By William Wycherley Directed by Tom Dugdale and E.J. Westlake Horner spreads the rumor that he’s impotent to gain other men’s trust and access to their wives, seducing the latter, and cuckolding the former. Pinchwife attempts to keep his much younger and inexperienced new wife away from the attention of London rakes such as Horner. Horner’s friend Harcourt falls in love with Pinchwife’s sister Alithea and seeks her hand in marriage even though she’s engaged Sparkish, a vain socialite. First produced in 1675, this play spent nearly 200 years banned from stage and print because of its scandalous story and risqué language. Our production of William Wycherley’s Restoration comedy uses Netflix’s Bridgerton as an inspiration, mixing periods and blending styles to explore themes of love, fidelity, freedom, and power. Access the digital program before, during, or after the performance. No paper programs will be distributed. Tickets can be purchased in person at the Ohio State Theatre Ticket Office, by phone at 614-292-2295, or online through Ticketmaster.  Thurber Theatre Department of Theatre, Film, and Media Arts theatreandfilm@osu.edu America/New_York public

By William Wycherley
Directed by Tom Dugdale and E.J. Westlake

Horner spreads the rumor that he’s impotent to gain other men’s trust and access to their wives, seducing the latter, and cuckolding the former. Pinchwife attempts to keep his much younger and inexperienced new wife away from the attention of London rakes such as Horner. Horner’s friend Harcourt falls in love with Pinchwife’s sister Alithea and seeks her hand in marriage even though she’s engaged Sparkish, a vain socialite.

First produced in 1675, this play spent nearly 200 years banned from stage and print because of its scandalous story and risqué language. Our production of William Wycherley’s Restoration comedy uses Netflix’s Bridgerton as an inspiration, mixing periods and blending styles to explore themes of love, fidelity, freedom, and power.

Access the digital program before, during, or after the performance. No paper programs will be distributed.


Tickets can be purchased in person at the Ohio State Theatre Ticket Office, by phone at 614-292-2295, or online through Ticketmaster