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A Gay Importance of Being Earnest

ensemble theatre · queer classics · family friendly · world premiere · United States

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SUSAN HUCKLE June 23, 2014
This was EXCELLENT. Every ounce of comedy was squeezed out of this delightful classic, and it was truly my pleasure to watch it. Great cast, love the men playing Gwen and Cecily, so well directed. A STAND OUT of the festival.... full review
ALLISON BACIS certified reviewer June 08, 2014
A genuinely funny show with a great cast.... full review
JORDAN SCOVEL certified reviewer June 08, 2014
What a great show! The beauty of theater sometimes is that the audience is let in on the fact that the cast is having FUN. These guys, and girls, are clearly enjoying playing together. ... full review
CLAIRE GERETY-MOTT certified reviewer June 08, 2014
Go see Importance of Being Earnest! Great direction, great performances, just a lot of fun!! This is what Fringe is all about! Treat yourself to Earnest! The muffin scene alone is worth the price of admission.... full review
ANNA WHISTLER certified reviewer June 08, 2014
A hilarious and refreshing interpretation of a classic! Lady Bracknell, Gwendolen,John Worthing, Algernon, Cecily, the butler, they were all fantastic! ... full review
This is an utterly delightful production of a timeless comedy classic. Casting men in the roles of Gwendolen and Cecily is an inspired idea. Very strong direction and cast. The actors all have impeccable comic timing. Go!... full review
STEVE MADAR June 09, 2014
This is an enchanting and delightful production that I am sure Oscar Wilde himself would've enjoyed the hell out of. A sassy and smartly designed show with an engaging joy from the performers involved make this trimmed classic a fun romp at the theatre.... full review
KERI BLUNT certified reviewer June 09, 2014
Where do I begin? Well how bout at the beginning where I was hooked on this show whilst seated in the audience before it even began! Classical interpretations of gaga and britney to set the mood! Hilarious! And it just went up from there!! The actors are all it only beautiful, but with talent to match, and the director has truly put together a masterful version of this play with the "queer classics" twist! So much fun!! Don't miss it!... full review
AARON GODDARD certified reviewer June 09, 2014
Fantastic show! It's refreshing to see a play of this caliber in LA. Loved it!!!... full review
CAITLIN HART certified reviewer June 09, 2014
This show is fun! I enjoyed the truncated version of the script and the actors were all solid – each with standout moments. I also enjoyed the costumes and sound design. If you’re looking for a simple show that has sassy, gay, entertainment – check this out.... full review

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