The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest

Slidell Little Theatre     1/20/2012 - 2/5/2012 (schedule)

Category:  Comedy

Opening at Slidell Little Theatre on January 20, 2012, is “The Importance of being Earnest,” the hilarious look at fun and games, as well as questionable ethics among the British Victorian upper crust.
Penned by Oscar Wilde, and abundantly laced with the playwright’s trademark wit and wordplay, intricate plot twists, romance and comical characters, “The Importance of Being Earnest” is a real audience pleaser that amuses and entertains today’s theatre goers just as it did when it first appeared on the London stage in 1895.

Total performances: 8

Joshua Brewer.... Algernon Moncrieff *
Barbara Arceneaux.... Lady Bracknell
Beth Harris.... Miss Prism
Martin Booda.... Reverend Frederick Chasuble
*=featured role

Larry R. Johnson Jr. ....  Director; Set Designer
Jennifer Gesvantner ....  Stage Manager
Nikki Lively ....  Assistant Director
Carlos R Nine ....  lighting designer

Record created by: SLT

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