THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST.

by Oscar Wilde
Saturday 7 to Saturday 14 December 2013
Mary Wallace Theatre

Arguably the most popular comedy of the English-speaking stage. The Importance of Being Ernest has also provoked intense, continuous debate since its 1895 premiere. Is it a light comedy, biting satire or witty farce of misunderstanding and mistaken identities? Or a perceptive, if superficially jovial, indictment of Victorian values, the hypocritical etiquette of courtship and marriage and the artificial politeness of high society.

Cast                 

LANE David King ALGERNON MONCRIEFF Mark Wren JOHN WORTHING Patrick Oldham LADY BRACKNELL Deborah Tinsdale HON GWENDOLEN FAIRFAX Louise Stenson MISS PRISM Carol Fuller CECILY CARDEW Alana Wren REV CANON CHASUBLE John Mortley MERRIMAN Peter Parkinson

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Claudette Williamson
Maxina Cornwell, John Gilbert
Chris Hurles
Mark Bannister
Martin Pope
John Gilbert, Carol Fuller
Simone White

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