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Forge Theatre Presents "The Importance of Being Earnest"


Christopher Latzke (left) as Algernon, and Kristin Krikorian (right) as Cecily in Forge Theatre’s “The Importance of Being Earnest”
Beginning February 26th, the Forge Theatre will be presenting Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest".
What happens when two pretty young girls both fall in love with men they believe to be named Ernest? Will they learn that a rose by any other name still smells as sweet?

Forge Theatre in Phoenixville presents "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde. This delightfully witty, light-hearted romp through high society follows the antics of two bachelors trying to win their ladies’ hearts by earnestly pretending to be Ernest.

Performances of this frothy comedy are February 26 and 27 at 8pm; March 7 at 2pm; March 5 ,6, 11, 12 and 13 at 8pm at Forge Theater, 241 First Avenue, Phoenixville. Tickets are $12 (ages 18 and under, $10). For reservations, call 610-935-1920. Further information: http://ForgeTheatre.org/.

The cast includes: Steve Carrasco, David Cashell, John Corr, Nancy Dolan, Spencer Gates, Gay Hoyle, Kristen Krikorian, Chris Latzke and Heather Reese. (See below for hometown information.*)

Forge Theater
241 First Avenue
Phoenixville, PA 19453

Reservations: 610-935-1920.

Info: http://www.ForgeTheatre.org/.

*Home town information for the cast:

Steve Carrasco - Spring City, David Cashell - Springfield, John Corr - Phoenixville, Nancy Dolan - Pottstown, Spencer Gates - Paoli, Gay Hoyle - Phoenixville, Kristen Krikorian - Sounderton, Chris Latzke - Philadelphia, Heather Reese - Pottstown

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