"Wild Oats" was first performed in 1789, and was rediscovered by the Royal Shakespeare Company and opened in 1976. It's a comedy, drawing from Shakespeare, Restoration and other bits of theatre to create an unforgettable experience.
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John O'Keeffe (June 24, 1747 – February 4, 1833) was an Irish actor and dramatist. He wrote a number of farces and amusing dramatic pieces, many of which had great success. Among these are Tony Lumpkin in Town (1778), Wild Oats (1791), Love in a Camp, and Omai (1785), an account of the voyages of the Tahitian explorer Omai.
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