Audience Comment about The Importance of Being Earnest

January 8, 2007

The American Repertory Theatre is proud to support other non-profit organizations in its community. We do work with Barry Andelman of the AIDS Action Committee of Boston giving them tickets to performances. Barry sent along the following comment he received about The Importance of Being Earnest:

The original Oscar Wilde play is sufficiently funny and satirical, but the way that Hayes and Woods play all the characters brings it to a new level. The A.R.T. will find enough scholarly sources to offer detailed rave reviews, so I’ll simply dwell on the ornamentations that left me in stitches. Read the rest of this entry »