The cast of ReAct's encore engagement of The Importance of Being Earnest.
Photo: David Hsieh.
Stage Manager, Publicist, Properties & Scenic Designer
Assistant Stage Manager & Sound Operator
George Paul Glanzman
Light Board Operator, Festival Lighting Designer & Venue Technician
Festival House Manager
Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest
Original One-Act Adaptation by David Hsieh
Fringe Festival Sell-Out Award
March 22, 24, 28, 30, 1996
March 25, 1996
Elliott Bay Book Company
"-- A trivial comedy for serious people."
-- Oscar Wilde
England in July of 1895.
Algernon Moncrieff's flat, London.
The Garden of the Manor House, Woolton, Hertfordshire.
The Importance of Being Earnest
played for the first time at the St. James Theatre in London on Thursday,
February 14, 1895.
This adaptation premiered at the Theatre Off Jackson in Seattle on November 9, 1995.
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The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde belongs in the public domain.
ReAct's presentation of David Hsieh's original one-act adaptation of Oscar Wilde's The Importance
of Being Earnest was presented by special arrangement with DAVID HSIEH.
Special Thanks To...
Caroline Blakeslee for loaned props
Burien Little Theatre for costume support
Walter Carr for loaned props
Gertrude Chartrand for production support
Dr. & Mrs. Richard A. Eidal for loaned props
Dr. Richard D. Eidal for loaned props
The Elliott Bay Book Company for promotional support
George Paul Glanzman for production support
Kathy Hsieh for production support
T.J. Langley for production support
Colleen Parker for production support
Stephanie Santos for music
Seatle Fringe Theater Festival for production support
Seattle Police Department East Precinct for donated rehearsal space
Leslie Jean Warner for loaned props
Patti West for technical support
Rick Wong & Rk Productions for videography
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