Wake Forest University Presents Oscar Wilde's "The Importance Of Being Earnest"

Wake Forest University Presents Oscar Wilde's "The Importance Of Being Earnest"

4:20pm Oct 27, 2015
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Have you ever tried really hard to impress someone you liked? Planned a clandestine meeting? Maybe you're great at coming up with those convenient excuses for why you couldn't be at that social gathering? 

If any of these sound familiar, it won't be hard to connect with Wake Forest University Theatre's production of a comedic classic. Oscar Wilde's 1895 play, The Importance of Being Earnest still resonates with audiences. Director and Professor of Theatre Cindy Genrich told Bethany why this play is such a fan favorite. She's joined by Associate Teaching Professor of Theatre, Leah Roy, who also plays Lady Bracknell. Cindy speaks first.
 
The play opens this Friday, October 30th and runs through November 8th. For showtimes and tickets, click here.
 
And for more of Bethany's conversation with Cindy and Leah, tune in to Triad Arts Weekend this Friday at 1pm.   
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