The All-Male Importance of Being Earnest

Sanford Meisner Theater
164 11th Ave, New York, NY 10011
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

It's the Gay Marriage play that Oscar Wilde never wrote! This gender bending production of Oscar Wilde's play is set in modern-day Chelsea and the Hamptons, where butlers become muscular "houseboys, " Lady Bracknell morphs into an over protective gay father who frequents The Townhouse, and packs of rich gay men assume false identities to marry the men they love! Wilde has never been more fun! Directed and adapted by Hugh Hysell, the gender bending production of Oscar Wilde's play has been reconfigured and updated to encompass an all-male cast. It's truly a world filled with divine decadence and witty repartee. This hysterical take on Wilde's play boldly pokes fun at modern day culture - the shallowness, the pretension, and fantastic bitchiness. Wilde has never been more fun! Appropriate for audiences 12 and over. Schedule: Monday August 16 to Sunday August 22: Mon-Tues at 8pm, Sat-Sun at 2pm Tuesday August 24 to September 5: Tues-Sat @ 8pm, Sun at 5pm

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