1980 – “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde

Posted on: June 12, 1980

Jack Worthing leads a double life: one as Jack Worthing, a responsible member of his community and one as his black-sheep-brother Ernest who is forever getting into trouble. Algernon, Ernest’s best friend, visits his aunt with Ernest and finds out about the double identity by accident – approving of it, as he has one too. A hilarity of mistaken, assumed and unassumed identities ensues.

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