The Importance of Being Earnest Reimagined as a Gay Love Story
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from VagabondRed Velvet
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Thoroughly enjoyed this play! No dull moment. Witty dialogue delivered with comedic timing. Entire cast did an amazing job. Me and my friends each had a favorite character. And eye candy of diff types didn't hurt ;) Wouldn't mind seeing again.
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The theatre was stuffy and not air conditioned, which made the play less enjoyable, but the actors were 100% dedicated and gave great performances, although they need to learn how to "play to the audience" so key words and lines are not muffled or...continued
Quotes & Highlights
- “Queer Classics and director Casey Kringlen and his cast … condensed a three-act play with a running time of about two and a half hours to a fast-paced ninety minute one act. The result is delirious fun and the leading foursome do their roles proud.”—Haines His Way
- “The result … feels less like a Victorian-era drawing-room classic than a Wilde comedy of manners filtered through a cheeky Harvey Feinstein type of sensibility — La Cage Aux Wilde, if you will.” — FrontiersLA.com
- “If Wilde could have known then that someday audiences would be cheering for two men unashamedly in love on stage, it would have likely given him some hope. Then again, after watching this production, it is easy to believe this really was the play Wilde had written in the first place.” — NeonTommy.com