The Importance of Being Earnest


THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

By Oscar Wilde


The Importance of Being Earnest was presented by Purely Pensive Productions on September 6,7,12,13 & 14 at the Mechanics Institute Performing Arts Centre, Brunswick.



THE STORY

Two young gentlemen living in 1890s England tell a few white lies in order to bring some excitement to their privileged lives. Jack invents a brother, Ernest, who he uses as an excuse to escape from his life in the country to visit his flame Gwendolyn.

Algy decides to take on the identity of the mysterious Ernest when visiting Cecily at the country manor. However when both men show up at the country manor at the same time with different versions of Ernest, things quickly turn and hilarity ensues. 

ARTISTIC TEAM

Director

Assistant Director

Artistic Director

Playwright

Grace Taylor

Elias Jabbour

Jeremy Ives

Oscar Wilde

CAST

John (Jack/Earnest) Worthing, J.P. 

Algernon Moncrieff

Gwendolyn Fairfax

Cecily Cardew

Lady Bracknell

Miss Prism

Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D

Lane/Merriman 

JR Richards

James Antonas

Holly Loughran

Erin Brass

Susan Rundle

Jacqueline Stewart

Simon Flynn

Ryan Purdey

production TEAM 

Production Manager  

Stage Manager

Costume Managers


Set Designers


Props Manager

Lighting Designer

Publicist

Ticket Secretary 

Education Manager/Bookings

Programme Designer

Front of House Manager

Poster Design


Anita Posterino

Georgi Cahill

Leah Milner

Janine Shipard

Aishling Sharkey

Neil Sharkey

Jeremy Ives

Yasmin Sesta

Elias Jabbour

Hannah McRae

Angie Bedford

Aishling Sharkey

Hannah McRae

Jeremy Guzman

 

 

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