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$12 Seniors & Students
The Importance of Being Earnest
February 15 - 17
By Oscar Wilde, adapted by Nancy Rich.
Two charming young ladies-sophisticated Gwendolen from the city and naive Cecily from the country-are in love with Earnest Worthing. But there is no such person as Earnest Worthing. Gwendolen thinks Jack is Earnest, and Cecily thinks Algy is Earnest. Each girl swears that she could never love a man who wasn't named Earnest. In the midst of all this confusion comes Lady Bracknell, who doesn't like the idea of anybody loving anybody. Delightfully updated to take place in 1920's Charleston, South Carolina.
May 9 - 11
By Patrick Hamilton
First produced under the title Gaslight, Angel Street tells the story of the Manninghams. The suavely handsome Mr. Manningham is slowly driving his gentle, devoted wife to the brink of insanity with an insinuating kindness that masks more sinister motives. One of the most brilliant, suspenseful stories in modern theatre.