The Importance of Being Earnest is Wilde's most famous and oft-produced play. First performed in 1895, and subtitled "A Trivial Comedy for Serious People", it shows Wilde at his satirical and scathingly witty best. It follows the misadventures of Algy and Jack as they attempt to woo and wed Cecily and Gwendolen under the assumed name "Ernest", much to the disapproval of the aristocratic Lady Bracknell.
Algernon Moncrieff - Ben Lindsey-Clark
Lane - Denis Daly
John Worthing - Jeff Moon
Gwendolen Fairfax - Amanda Friday
Lady Bracknell - Elizabeth Klett
Cecily Cardew - Tiffany Halla Colonna
Merriman - Alan Weyman
Rev. Canon Chasuble - Noel Badrian
Miss Prism - PJ Morgan
Stage directions read by Erin Louttit
Audio edited by Elizabeth Klett
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