Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest
This quintessential comedy of proper manners, by the quintessential bad boy of his day, includes mislaid babies, mistaken identities, secret engagements, baffled suitors, and some of the wittiest wordplay ever volleyed over cucumber sandwiches. Gwendolen loves Ernest, and he loves her. Cecily loves Ernest too, though he’s only just finding that out. But is there room for two happy couples in Wilde’s madcap romance–and what will fearsome Lady Bracknell have to say about it?
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