The Curtain Call Theatre invites you to yet another entertaining theatrical production filled with puns and laughter that will ‘earnestly’ make you glad you attended “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde. It is Wildely funny and irreverent!!! This is perhaps Wilde’s most famous play and is gently subtitled ‘A Trivial Comedy for Serious People’. In this farcical comedy the protagonists maintain fictitious personae in order to escape burdensome social obligations. “Earnest” is set in late Victorian London and utilizes witty dialogue and an ingenious case of manufactured mistaken identity to create humorous social satire.
Directed by Michael Tabib, the managing director of Curtain Call Theatre at the The Russian River. The play features a seasoned cast of talented actors well equipped to provide an evening of fun, frolic, and joyous laughter for all who attend. “The Importance of Being Earnest” will open March 15th and run each weekend until April 12th. Friday and Saturday performances start at 8pm., Sunday matinees at 3pm. Regular admission is $20, Seniors $15. To make theater more affordable for everyone, the first three Fridays are “paywhatyoucan”.
Our Gala Event fundraiser performance will be Saturday, April 12th, closing night, with a delicious buffet of hors d’oeuvres, entrees, side dishes, desserts, Korbel Champagne & wines and nonalcoholic beverages; all for a tax deductible donation of $40.00. Doors open at 7PM, Curtain at 8PM.
For reservations and further information, please call (707) 5248739.