The Importance of Being Earnest

By Oscar Wilde

Directed by Ernest Johns
Rev Chasuble (Angus)
Sept. 26, 2002 - Jan. 2, 2003
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Miss Prism (Marlene) Rev Chasuble (Angus)

Rev. Chasuble (Angus) Cecily (Amanda) Jack loves Gwendolyn. Gwendolyn loves Ernest. Algernon loves Cecily. Cecily loves Ernest. Jack and Algernon are both Ernest, or so the ladies think. Who is Ernest, in earnest? Join them, the imposing Lady Bracknell, and a nanny with an improbable tale involving a handbag, as they sort it all out. Unchallenged for more than a century as one of the funniest English comedies, Earnest is Wilde's greatest achievement. Following a successful and extended run at the end of 2002, the production was taken to Hunter in June. For this tour, Angus replaced Harris Berlinsky who had originated the role of Dr Chasuble