EDUCATING RITA at Theatre 40

Photo by Ed Krieger

Neal Weaver  – ArtsInLA

Oscar Wilde’s Lady Bracknell put it this way: “Ignorance is like a delicate, exotic fruit; touch it and the bloom is gone.” Wilde clearly intended this to be fatuous nonsense, and a dig at the intellectual pretensions of the upper middle class. But Frank, the hero of this Willy Russell play, discovers that it’s quite literally true.

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Now running through June 23.