Immersion Theatre | The Importance of Being Earnest 2010
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THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST

Mistaken identities, icy women, trivial banter and potent cocktails. Set in the present day, the action takes place in both, high flying, image-obsessed London and within the deceptively tranquil British countryside where appearances can be deceiving…

ROSE & CROWN THEATRE

June 26 – July 1, 2010

Director – Royce Ullah

Assistant Director – James Tobias

ASM – Amos Lilley

Movement Director – Damien Ashley

CAST: THOMAS BLYTH, JAMES CLIFFORD, ROCHELLE PARRY, JESS MACK, TAMAR K. KARPAS, LORAYNE CONSTANCE, ANDREW WICKES, DAN MARTIN

COURTYARD THEATRE

November 30 – December 5, 2010

Director – James Tobias

Stage Manager – Rachel Cartlidge

 

 

CAST: THOMAS BLYTH, JAMES CLIFFORD, ROCHELLE PARRY, EMILY TUCKER, TAMAR K. KARPAS, LORAYNE CONSTANCE, ANDREW WICKES, CHRISTOPHER KEEGAN

KENTON THEATRE

November 1 & 2, 2012

Director – James Tobias

Stage Manager – Rachel Cartlidge

 

 

CAST: DAN MARTIN, JAMES CLIFFORD, ROCHELLE PARRY, LISA LYNN, CLAIRE LACEY, SARAH DORSETT, IAN CHAMPION, PHIL PIGGOTT