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The Importance of being Earnest

The Importance of being Earnest A comedy by Oscar Wilde Directed by Kevin Trask Season 2 2004: 1 June to 19 June One of the wittiest of English comedies, 'The Importance of being Earnest' demonstrates the sheer brilliance of Oscar Wilde. It was first produced in London in 1895 and it was to be his last stage play. Sadly, he did not live to see the success of his masterpiece, written as a topical play to mock what he saw as the hypocrisy of the Victorian society in which he lived. The play has an eduring quality that will be enjoyed by generations to come.


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