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Friday, May 6, 2011

The Impersonation of Being Ernest

Kentucky Conservatory Theatre is taking The Importance of Being Earnest: A Trivial Comedy for Serious People by Oscar Wilde, first produced in 1895, and turning it RIGHT SIDE UP for a contemporary young audience of 2011.  


Intended as a recruitment tool for Kentucky Conservatory Theatre’s summer intensive, the play 
showcases teaching artists, alumni and students of the Conservatory. 

Adapted by Spencer Christensen The IMPERSONATION of BEING ERNEST is a hilariously funny, highly physical, ultra-modern spoof on contemporary pop culture, 007 and the trivial aspects of living in today’s modern society.


Kentucky Conservatory Theatre 
Presents

The IMPERSONATION
 of BEING ERNEST

aka FROM FAIRFAX WITH LOVE

aka DERMAPLASTY IS FOREVER

aka MUFFINS ROYALE

aka GWINNYFINGER

When: Wednesday June 1st through Saturday June 4th @ 7:30
& Sunday June 5th @ 2:00

Where: The Downtown Arts Center
141 East Main Street, Lexington

Tickets: (859) 225-0370
$15 Adults & $10 Students & Seniors
Discounts apply for groups of 15 or more


Cast:
 Jack Worthing– Henry Layton
Algy Moncrieff– Jesse Hungerford
Lane – Wilson Shirley
Lt. Fairfax – Nick Vannoy (in drag)
Gwen Fairfax – Ellie Clark
Cecily Cardew – Jenny Fitzpatrick
Dr. Chausable – Evan Bergman
Ms. Prism – Sharonda Lynn Piersall
Dancers – Paige Mason, McKenzie Carpoole



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