The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest

written by Oscar Wilde, 1854-1900 (1895); directed by Michael Hackett; performed by Emily Bergl, 1975-, Charles Busch, 1954-, Neil Dickson, Jill Gascoine, 1937-, James Marsters, 1962-, Christopher Neame, 1947-, Matt Wolf, 1972- and Sarah Zimmerman (Los Angeles, CA: L. A. Theatre Works, 2009, originally published 1895), 1 hour 58 mins

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Field of Interest
Drama
Director
Michael Hackett
Content Type
Spoken word recording
Duration
1 hour 58 mins
Format
Audio
Sub Genre
Comedy
Label
L. A. Theatre Works
Original Publication Date
1895
Performer
Emily Bergl, 1975-, Charles Busch, 1954-, Neil Dickson, Jill Gascoine, 1937-, James Marsters, 1962-, Christopher Neame, 1947-, Matt Wolf, 1972-, Sarah Zimmerman
Playwright
Oscar Wilde, 1854-1900
Publisher
L. A. Theatre Works
Place Published / Released
Los Angeles, CA
Date Recorded
2009-06-17
Release Date
2009
Setting
London and an estate in Hertfordshire, 1895
Subject
Drama, Theatre, Literature & Language, Music & Performing Arts, Comedy, American Theater, Modern Theater, Comédia, Comedia, Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano, Teatro Moderno, Comedy, Wit, Satire, Engagement, Family, Identity, Lying, Morals, Mistaken identity, Social class, Farce, Brothers, Name, Algernon Moncrieff, Lady Augusta Bracknell, Cecily Cardew, Gwendolen Fairfax, Jack Worthing, Dr. Frederick Chasuble, Letitia Prism, Merriman
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Comédia, Comedia, Teatro Norte-Americano, Teatro Norteamericano, Teatro Moderno, Comedy, Wit, Satire, Engagement, Family, Identity, Lying, Morals, Mistaken identity, Social class, Farce, Brothers, Name

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