Feasting with Panthers

A surrealistic mixture of reality and imagination, "Feasting with Panthers" takes place in the life, mind, memory and vision of Oscar Wilde while imprisoned in England's Reading Gaol during the late Victorian Era. Through flashbacks and flash-forwards, the play presents a dramatic, flowing portrait of an era, and of a man whose genius and vitality live on in his own words. Created by Adrian Hall and Richard Cumming, especially for Providence's Trinity Square Repertory Company, "Feasting with Panthers" has undergone a vigorous stirring in this transformation to the television screen.

"Outstanding theater and television" - The New York Times

1974, Drama, 89 minutes, Color

Cast: Jobeth Williams, Richard Kneeland

Written by: Adrian Hall

Music by: Richard Cumming

Lyrics by: Richard Cumming

Directed by: Adrian Hall

Produced by: Ken Campbell

Executive Producer: Jac Venza

A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York, Theater In America 1974

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