Join TheatreiNQ on Oscar Wilde's hilarious adventure of two bachelors and the outrageous deceptions they create, all in the pursuit of love. Jack has invented a wild, younger brother, called Ernest, to allow him to escape to the city whenever he chooses. But now that he has fallen in love and plans to propose, "Ernest" has become a problem he now has to solve.
Directed by Terri Brabon, TheatreiNQ brings together a stellar ensemble cast for the first in our Revival series, featuring Hugh Sexton from the Australian Shakespeare Company, Company Actors Brendan O'Connor, Sally McCutcheon, Anna Wallace, Bernie Lanigan and Beth Honeycombe as the formidable Lady Bracknell. The importance of Being Earnest is Oscar Wilde at his caustic best, so don't miss this delightfully frivolous night at the theatre.
The Creative Team - The Cast
The Cast
John Worthing, J.P Brendan O'Connor
Algernon Moncrieff Hugh Sexton
Rev. Canon Chasuble D.D Bernie Lanigan
Lady Bracknell Beth Honeycombe
Gwendolen Fairfax Sally McCutcheon
Cecily Cardew Anna Wallace
Miss Prism Terri Brabon
Merriman Rod Wilson
Lane Rod Wilson
The Maids Brittany Santariga
  Joanne Renton
  Emma Lamberton
Footman James Thomasson
The Creative Team - Production
Director Terri Brabon
Stage Manager Arminelle Fleming
Lighting Operator Arminelle Fleming
Sound Operator Anne-Marie Smith
Set Design Brendan O'Connor
  Andre Reynaud
Set Construction Brendan O'Connor
  Andre Reynaud
Head of Logistics Robbie Esling
Lighting Design Brendan O'Connor
Sound Design Terri Brabon
Set Dressing Susan Brabon
Props Susan Brabon
Costume Design Terri Brabon
  Kathy Brabon
Costume Construction Terri Brabon
  Kathy Brabon
Gentleman's Suits Brendan Casey (Michael's Menswear, Ayr)
Jewellery Ann O'Connor
Millinery Lauren Burbidge (Testa Bella Designs)
Hairdressing Kerry Santariga
Photography Chrissy Maguire

The Bridge Project (stage Management)
Joseph Raggatt
  Spencer Cliff
Musical Score by Kerry Muzzey from the album 'What Happens Next' available on iTunes.

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