The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
Presnted by Masque Theatre in Temple Terrace, and directed by Richard Coppinger, Oscar Wilde’s classic farcical comedy is a tale of mistaken identities. Jack is "Ernest" to Gwendolen. Algernon is "Ernest" to Cecily. When Jack returns to his country house unexpectedly to announce "Ernest's" sudden death in Paris, he is disagreeably surprised to learn that "Ernest" is at that very moment in the house. Thus, the comedic dance begins!
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