The Importance Of Being Earnest
by Oscar Wilde
13th - 21st July 2007
~ Directed by David Harrold ~

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One of the funniest comedies in the English language. Wilde masterfully combines mistaken identity and social comment with hilarious consequences.

Jack regularly flees his country home for London with the excuse of tending to his scandalous and nonexistent-younger brother Ernest. When his best friend, Algernon, learns of this deception and that Jack has a beautiful young ward named Cecily whom he keeps stashed away in the country-he sets off to meet her, pretending that he is Ernest.

Cast
Alex BraceAlgernon
Mark HaumannJack
Claudia McKelveyLady Bracknell
Pippa MortonGwendoline
Darcie AllenCecily
Jackie LawnMiss Prism
Keith MorbeyChasuble
Roger SlaterLane
Adam ChamberlainMerriman
Crew
Pippa CookeProduction Secretary
Andy KirtleyStage Manager
Louise KemplenAsst.Stage Manager
Shelagh MaughanWardrobe
Pat SteadmanPrompt
Richard Dodwell & Paul MortonLights
David CrookSound
Chris JanesSet Design