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    Fall Production 2010 - THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

 

Winner of the "General Excellence Award"

Finalist for Best Supporting Actor

and nominated for EIGHT 'TOP 10' NH Theatre Awards!

 

Best Production
Best Director - Hope Taylor
Best Costume Designer - Hope Taylor
Best Supporting Actor - Chris Kelly - FINALIST
Best Supporting Actress - Janis Deedy
Best Supporting Actress - Jenna Fraser
Best Actor - Matthew Carr
Best Actress - Wendy Almeida

 

 

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST asks the age old question, “What’s in a name?” In the play, men woo under various aliases, while women clench teeth over tea and biscuits. This satire of the upper crust features witty dialogue and memorable characters, and was recently made into a popular movie starring Colin Firth, Rupert Everett, Dame Judi Dench and Reese Witherspoon.

 

PERFORMANCES:

October 28th - 30th at 8pm

November 4th - 5th at 8pm

November 6th at 2pm

The Auditorium at the The Union Congregational Church (33 Concord Road, Peterborough NH)

 

CAST:

Mr John ("Jack") Worthing: Matthew Carr

 

Mr Algernon ("Algy") Moncrieff: Chris Kelly

 

Lady Bracknell (Augusta Fairfax): Wendy Almeida

 

Miss Gwendolen Fairfax: Jenna Fraser

 

Miss Cecily Cardew: Janis Deedy

 

Miss Laetitia Prism: Marilyn Simons

 

Reverend Canon Frederick Chasuble, D.D.: Peter Eisenstadter

 

Lane: Scott Gardner

 

Merriman: John Franklin

 

 

CREW:

Producers: Mariah Sefel

Director: Hope Taylor

Stage Manager: Lynda Loll

Tech Director: Rhonda Brown and Beth Cote

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