Meet Me in St. Louis: A Joy-Filled Family Musical
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Oscar Wilde was a writer with brilliance to burn, but even he never surpassed The Importance of Being Earnest, perhaps the wittiest, cleverest and looniest play to ever grace the stage. Called a "trivial comedy for serious people," Wilde's divine comedy finds two young bachelors, Jack Worthing and Algernon Moncrieff, taking on the same "Ernest" alias in hopes of wooing their ladies. The scheme, of course, goes comically awry and the formidable Lady Bracknell is then brought in to help sort things out. Revived numerous times on Broadway -- most recently in 2011 -- Earnest was also adapted into a 2002 film with Oscar winners Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth. Now John Tranchitella directs a bright new stage production for the Pacifica Spindrift Players. Learn More
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Not bad for community theater. I had never seen this as a stage show so I really enjoyed the storyline. Quite a wide range of talent....the two strongest performers were the Pacific Islander guy and the Asian girl.
Be warned....this theatre can get really, really hot...I almost went home at intermission, however, the usher offered to give me another (cooler) seat instead.
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First, I do really like the theater. It's small & intimate. Not the first play I've seen there, nor will it be the last. In fact, I'm very much looking forward to next season. (They have scheduled a few of my favorite plays).
It's charm, I...continued
About the Ticket Supplier: Pacifica Spindrift Players
Pacifica Spindrift Players is a non-profit Community Theatre organization that is located at 1050 Crespi Drive in Pacifica, CA.
The company originated in 1958 in an old Baptist church building that was converted into a working theater by the many volunteers who had carpentry, lighting, and other skills.
Since then, PSP has been providing opportunities for people interested in bringing quality theater arts to the community of Pacifica and beyond."