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Small Theatre Alliance of Boston

The Importance of Being Earnest

 

The Importance of Being Earnest

by Oscar Wilde

directed by Ron Lacey

Two friends use the same pseudonym ("Ernest") for their on-the-sly activities. Hilarity ensues.


Location

Unity Somerville, 6 William Street, Somerville.
Please note that parking is by permit only on William St. General parking is available on College Ave. Please read signs carefully to avoid ticketing.

     To purchase your tickets before the show, visit our online ticketing system at Brown Paper Tickets. Please note that this option has a $1.52 service fee per ticket, and that tickets may not be purchased online the day of a performance.

 

Performance Schedule

Friday   November 6, 2015   8 pm
Saturday   November 7, 2015   8 pm
Thursday   November 12, 2015   8 pm
Friday   November 13, 2015   8 pm
Saturday   November 14, 2015   8 pm
Thursday   November 19, 2015   8 pm
Friday   November 20, 2015   8 pm
Saturday   November 21, 2015   2 pm (matinee)

 

Cast

John Worthing, J.P.       Jimmy Dunn
Algernon Moncrieff       Andy Lebrun
Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D.       Ben Cordes
Merriman, Butler       Michael DeFillippi
Lane, Manservant       Brian Keller
Lady Augusta Bracknell       J. Deschene
Hon. Gwendolen Fairfax       Leslie Drescher
Cecily Cardew       Annie Hochheiser
Miss Prism, Governess       Elizabeth Leonard
Ensemble       Jenny Gutbezahl
      Peter DeGlopper
      Amanda Dausman

 

The Production Team

Producer       Vickie Wu
Director       Ron Lacey
Assistant Director and Dialect Coach       Kamela Dolinova
Stage Manager       Sanjana Shankar
Set Designers       Kay Coughlin and Sharon Lacey
Lighting Designer       Kay Coughlin
Tech Director       Kay Coughlin
Graphic Designer       Sharon Lacey
Sound Designer       Neil Marsh
Costume Designer       Tegan Sutherland
Makeup Designer       Arwen Miller
Props Mistress       Brigid Battell
House Manager       Cari Keebaugh
Publicity Team       Stephanie Haddad and Katrina DeFrancesco