as Mrs Allonby
2017, Vaudeville Theatre, Dominic Dromgoole
Adaptation of play by Oscar Wilde: satire on English upper-class society.
Interview Emma Fielding On A Woman Of No Importance
(...) I'm constantly surprised by it. I had preconceptions of Wilde, as many people do, but it's very rich, very thoughtful, as well as wonderfully clever and witty. My character, Mrs Allonby, she's fantastic to play - she really gives as good as she gets, sparring with Lord Illingworth. Wilde creates brilliant, proto-feminist parts. He writes women with affection and grace - they're flawed and contradictory.(...)