A Chamber Musical of Much "Importance"

For the beginning of their 10th Anniversary season, Bad Habit Productions (“BHP”) opened with a lovely and charming chamber musical, A Man of No Importance. Walking through a side corridor in the Wimberley Theater, and onto the stage, I felt as if I was wandering into somewhere I wasn’t supposed to be. The stage and audience were arranged on the mainstage itself, with the curtain drawn, blocking out the normal house seats. This setting, coupled with set designer/director Daniel Morris’ simple, rustic set, was intimate and made one feel as if she was in the "rec room" of a church in dreary Dublin

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