A tour-de-force by English satirist Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest is regarded as his best comedy. Here a full cast voices the misadventures of two English gentleman and their attempts to escape the social demands of the Victorian era. When Algernon Moncrieff learns his friend Jack Worthing has invented a brother, Ernest, in order to escape the country and travel to London from time-to-time, Algernon admits to taking part in a similar scheme. Algernon has made up an invalid friend in the country to excuse himself from unwelcome family obligations. But when both Jack and Algernon begin wooing ladies while simultaneously assuming the name of Ernest, mistaken identities abound and only a mysterious black handbag holds the key to their true identities.
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