The Importance of Being Earnest

19 – 22 February 2009
Victoria Theatre
Directed by Claire Devine
Starring Huzir Sulaiman, Andy Tear, Julie Wee, Susan Tordoff, Michael Corbidge,
Jennifer Stacey, Nikki Wise, Robert Jenkin, Matt Grey

What is it about?

The play follows the story of best friends, Jack Worthing and Algernon Moncrieff. Jack loves Gwendolyn. Algernon loves Cecily. Gwendolyn loves Earnest. Cecily loves Earnest. Neither Jack nor Algernon are Earnest. Or are they? Set in 19th century England, The Importance of Being Earnest is a uproarious tale of mistaken identities, a stolen handbag and everybody wanting to be Earnest!

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Credits

Playwright                                Oscar Wilde

Director                                    Claire Devine

Huzir Sulaiman as …………….. Algernon

Andy Tear as …………….. Jack

Julie Wee as …………….. Gwendolen

Susan Tordoff as …………….. Lady Bracknell

Michael Corbidge as …………….. Mr. Chasuble

Jennifer Stacey as …………….. Cecily

Nikki Wise as …………….. Miss Prism

Robert Jenkin as …………….. Merriman

Matt Grey as …………….. Lane

Crew

Production Manager           Rosemary McGowan

Stage Manager                     Sahirrah Safit

Asst. Stage Manager            Rebecca Lee

Set Design                            Rob Devine

Lighting Design                    Low Wee Cheng

Publicity Design                   Jean Low