Who Should NOT See An Ideal Husband At Town Hall Theatre?

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Local playwright Scott Munson shares a special connection with Oscar Wilde who wrote An Ideal Husband which runs June 1-24, 2017 at Town Hall Theatre. He recently received this posthumous letter about our upcoming production. As you can see, Wilde is wild about telling us who should NOT see our show... fullsizeoutput_3edc.jpeg

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If you would like to hear more from Scott Munson, join Town Hall Theatre June 17, 7:00 pm for a pre-show literary salon in the lobby. (We hear Munson may bring Wilde back from the dead....)

More about Scott (Who may or may not have written this letter.):

Scott Munson was born and raised in Hollywood, California, into a family of actors and torch-song singers.  His work has been performed at venues in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Dallas-Fort Worth, Chicago, Spokane, Valdez, Alaska, and Tyler, Texas. His adaption of Oscar Wilde's "An Ideal Husband" was performed to critical acclaim at the Douglas Morrison Theater in Northern California. He lives in San Jose, California, with his wife Beatrice Munson, a designer of fine furniture and 22 koi fish.

Mr. Munson has received a Marin Arts Council Playwriting Grant and has won the Southwest Theatre Association New Play Contest, the San Francisco Bay Guardian Playwriting Competition, the International Playwriting Competition of the Center Theater Ensemble of Chicago, as well as the “Best of the Fest” Judges’ Prize at the Spokane Playwrights Forum Festival. He has also been a two-time finalist for the National Play Award of the National Repertory Theater Foundation.