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Great news for theatergoers! Oscar Wilde’s “An Ideal Husband”, is soon to be staged in theaters near you! It is just the right time to get An Ideal Husband tickets and enjoy this legendary play in your city. As tickets for this celebrated show are already selling like hotcakes, you must act fast or you will lose your chance to see this play. Booking your tickets now will not only help you save a lot of money but also get you the best seats for the show.
This masterpiece, written by Oscar Wilde was first made public in 1895. Since then it has been entertaining the theatergoers with its humor, powerful story and the strong underlying message. This is why it has become the second most produced play by Wilde next to “The Importance of Being Earnest.” It is a tale of romance, laughter and mystery. You will certainly not want to miss out on this dazzling performance which will leave you in fits of laughter.
An Ideal Husband pokes fun at the late-Victorian values. Sir Robert Chiltern – the hero, is a political star who worships power and wealth like a typical fictional politician. In pursuit of his desires he sells cabinet secrets to a stock-exchange investor. He represents the empty pretense of public life in a great way. His wife, on the other hand, stands for “the mechanized idealism of the stupidly good" as described by Shaw. Viscount Goring is a dandified idler who realized that to understand life one must show charity and forgiveness. He speaks the wisest words and delivers strong messages in the play.
From the start of the play till the very end, it engages you and your eyes are glued to the set. The dramatic situations that are a part of this play will at times make you laugh out loud and at other times leave you pondering on the message that lies within them. The wife in the play ultimately realizes that she was worshiping a false idol in the form of her husband. She also realizes that she needs to accept human error in order to lead a peaceful life.
In this play, Wilde expresses his philosophy of life by means of melodramatic action. At the climax, everything falls into place and is resolved. Just like the other works of this master, themes such as blackmail and political corruption, public and private honor are all touched upon in a great way. "Sooner or later, we shall all have to pay for what we do" is a strong social message that often makes viewers think about their own life.
Wilde started writing this masterpiece in 1893 and it was performed in theatres a couple of years later. It continued for a whopping 124 performances! Many of its themes were influenced by the situation that Wilde himself encountered during the early 1890s. Among other messages, he stresses upon the importance of forgiving past sins. The play reinforces that if you do not forgive those sins, it can ruin many lives. The position of women in society is another strong theme in the play that has been brilliantly dealt by the writer.
An Ideal Husband is such a brilliant story that is has been staged, filmed and even presented on TV. But nothing is better than experiencing this wonderful work from Wilde on stage and now this play is soon to be staged in theaters near you! Act fast to get your hands on An Ideal Husband tickets or you will certainly miss out on one of the most amazing shows ever. It is especially a feast for fans of Wilde. For other theatergoers as well, a performance such as this is is definitely an brilliant idea for an evening out. So wait no more and grab a ticket without wasting any time so you can get a chance to watch a play you will remember forever.