Vanbrugh's comedy of manners
reflects a society out for the main chance and ruled by money, with a king and his court setting a degenerate example and causing huge amusement to those who sought to emulate the king and his flagrant infidelity.
Since then, this charming comedy of manners
has retained its remarkable appeal, captivating audiences all over the world.
"It's a softer approach, one that's barely a breath across my lips and then she's drinking in my laughter." This sweet comedy of manners
explores classic tropes in fresh, compelling ways.
THE best-laid plans of a young woman called Maggie go awry in this New York comedy of manners
It was actually an occasionally hilarious comedy of manners
with two fantastic lead characters.
029 2087 8444 FILM love & Friendship (U) Kate Beckinsale and Chloe Sevigny star in this comedy of manners
that tells the tale of the smart and determined Lady Susan Vernon who plays matchmaker for her daughter Frederica, and herself, too.
Cover your ears and open your hearts: In French director Xavier Giannoli's pitch-perfect comedy of manners
, "Marguerite,'' a shameless chanteuse with a surplus of money and a shortage of talent buys her way into the spotlight, exposing the hypocrisy of her unctuous social circle in the process.
Based on true events, A Royal Night Out is a heart-warming comedy of manners
, which embellishes fact with outlandish fiction under the jaunty direction of Julian Jarrold, who previously unbuttoned the stifled emotions of the era in the 2008 remake of Brideshead Revisited.
The comedy of manners
is filled with ludicrous misunderstanding, mischief and mayhem.
Billed as "a comedy of manners
....without the manners" this two hour four hander, proved an amusing evening of entertainment.
Wild about Oscar was the second show in the Coventry school's Irish trilogy after season opener Tom Murphy's Whistle in the Dark, a collaboration with the students from ColaisteChoilm, Cork The trilogy culminated in Oscar Wilde's comedy of manners
, The Importance Of Being Earnes, performed by students from year 11, 12 and 13 and directed by Alex Breeze and Elizabeth Sidwell.
What she's done here is vividly composed--a cutting comedy of manners
masquerading as a coming-of-age tale." ERIC ALLEN BEEN