A Gay Importance of Being Earnest
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The 2014 Hollywood Fringe Festival Producer’s Encore presents three additional performances only! WE CANNOT ADD ANY MORE SHOWS! MUST END MONDAY JULY 14TH!
$15 Tickets ONLINE
“It is hard to recall a version of “Earnest” that was quite this much fun.”
A heartwarmingly enthusiastic review from NEON TOMMY (Annenberg Digital News)!
One of the most popular comedic plays ever written: this time it’s gay!
Two couples fight for the right to be engaged in this masterful satire written by Oscar Wilde, arrested for “gross indecency with men” in 1895. This timeless story galavants through a world obsessed with appearances, money and social-status. The parallels with today’s Hollywood Culture make for searing fun and by presenting the four lovers as dashing gay men, Queer Classics reimagines the play more hysterically fabulous than Oscar could have imagined possible in his lifetime.
“This is a promising bow for an adventurous new company.”
A fantastic review by Les Spindle of Frontiers!
"… a stage full of scene stealers … delirous fun … "
A Great Review by Rob Stevens of HainesHisWay.com!
Most performances will have a few day-of tickets available by signing up on the wait list.
Saturday, July 12 at 9pm
Sunday, July 13 at 7pm
Monday, July 14 at 8pm
Running time is 90 minutes.
Shows start exactly on time.
Absolutely NO LATE SEATING.
Unclaimed seats are released to wait list.
Actors Company (LET LIVE THEATER) 916 N.Formosa Ave
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The Importance of Being Earnest – FANCY TICKETS*
A sizzling menage a trois awaits an ever so scandalous socialite, an alleged duke, and a struggling actor as they board the 20th Century Limited bound for New York. Who will come out on top?
Join classical pianist David Wheatley for a genre-defying concert experience. Visits from friends, surprising storytelling, and standup comedy punctuate the musical fare. Hollywoodfringe.com/projects/3849