Irene Worth Acts in Coward's After the Ball at NYPL, April 21

News   Irene Worth Acts in Coward's After the Ball at NYPL, April 21 Actress Irene Worth will take part in "A Man of Some Importance: Oscar Wilde and the Performing Arts," the New York Public Library's ongoing series commemorating Wilde's centennial, on April 21 at 3 PM. On that date, Worth and members of the Metropolitan Opera Chorus will take part in a concert version of Noel's Coward's musical After the Ball, which is based on Wilde's play Lady Windermere's Fan.

Actress Irene Worth will take part in "A Man of Some Importance: Oscar Wilde and the Performing Arts," the New York Public Library's ongoing series commemorating Wilde's centennial, on April 21 at 3 PM. On that date, Worth and members of the Metropolitan Opera Chorus will take part in a concert version of Noel's Coward's musical After the Ball, which is based on Wilde's play Lady Windermere's Fan. The location is the U.S. Custom House at One Bowling Green in Manhattan. For more information, call (212) 642-0142.

—By Robert Simonson