Dates and Venues Announced for Screening of Roundabout's Importance of Being Earnest

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Dates and venues for the upcoming screening of Roundabout Theatre Company's critically acclaimed Broadway production of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, directed by and starring Brian Bedford, have been announced.

Brian Bedford
Brian Bedford Photo by Joan Marcus

"The Importance of Being Earnest: Live in HD" will screen across the U.S. and internationally June 2 and continue through June 28. Digitally equipped movie theatres and performing arts centers in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Mexico and throughout Europe have signed on to host special screenings.

In addition to the complete play, the screening will also include a backstage tour hosted by Tony winner David Hyde Pierce. Alfred Molina and Oscar Wilde expert Michael Hackett will also discuss the writer and the man in an intermission special.

"The Importance of Being Earnest: Live in HD" was captured live in high-definition from Roundabout’s American Airlines Theatre and features the original cast of this new Broadway production, including Dana Ivey as Miss Prism, Paxton Whitehead as Rev. Canon Chasuble, Santino Fontana as Algernon Moncrieff, David Furr as John Worthing, Tim MacDonald as Merriman, Paul O’Brien as Lane, Charlotte Parry as Cecily Cardew, Sara Topham as Gwendolen Fairfax and Amanda Leigh Cobb as Servant.

Venue and date information for U.S. screenings follow:

ARIZONA The Loft Theater (Tuscon, AZ) – June 5

Phoenix Art Museum (Phoenix, AZ) – June 12

 

CALIFORNIA

Downtown Independent (Los Angeles, CA) – June 9

The Gaslamp (San Diego, CA) – June 22, 23

James Bridges Theater at UCLA (Los Angeles, CA) – June 2, 5

La Mirada Theatre (La Mirada, CA) – June 26

Lark Theater (Larkspur, CA) – June 6

Mann Theatre (Hollywood, CA) – June 2, 7

Rialto Cinema Cerrito (El Cerrito, CA) – June 2, 13

Rialto Cinemas Elmwood (Berkeley, CA) – June 2, 7

Rialto Cinemas Sixth Street Playhouse (Santa Rosa, CA) – June 7, 14

Sierra Cinemas (Grass Valley, CA) – June 8

Sundance Kabuki (San Francisco, CA) – June 12, 13

 

COLORADO

Colorado Mountain College (Breckenridge, CO) – June 2

 

CONNECTICUT

Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center (Old Saybrook, CT) – June 7

Quick Center for the Arts (Fairfield, CT) – June 4, 10

 

FLORIDA

Cinemaworld Majestic (Vero Beach, FL) – June 2, 16

GEORGIA

Douglass Theatre (Macon, GA) – June 5, 19

 

HAWAII

Kahala 8 Theater (Honolulu, HI) – June 16, 19

 

ILLINOIS

McKendree University (Lebanon, IL) – June 2

Music Box Theater (Chicago, IL) – June 9, 12

 

INDIANA

Notre Dame Browning Cinema (Notre Dame, IN) – June 28

 

MAINE

The Grand Auditorium (Ellsworth, ME) – June TBC

Leura Hill Eastman PAC, Fryeburg Academy (Fryeburg, ME) – June 2

The Lincoln Theater (Damariscotta, ME) – June 2

The Strand (Rockland, ME) – June 2, 5, 7

 

MARYLAND

Avalon Theatre (Easton, MD) – June 2

 

MASSACHUSETTS

Amherst Cinema (Amherst, MA) – June 2, 18, 21, 26

Cape Cinema (Dennis, MA) – June 2

Coolidge Corner (Boston, MA) – June 2

Julie Harris Stage (Wellfleet, MA) – June 4, 11, 18, 25

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center (Great Barrington, MA) – June 9

Shalin Liu Performance Center (Rockport, MA) – June 5

The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute (Williamstown, MA) – June 18

 

MICHIGAN

Michigan Theater (Ann Arbor, MI) – June 2

 

MINNESOTA

Guthrie Theatre (Minneapolis, MN) – June 6

 

MISSOURI

Tivoli Cinemas (Kansas City, MO) – June 13, 19

 

NEBRASKA

Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center (Lincoln, NE) – June 9, 12

 

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth (Hanover, NH) – June 24, 25

The Music Hall (Portsmouth, NH) – June 2

 

NEW JERSEY

Pollak Theatre at Monmouth University (West Long Branch, NJ) – June 4

 

NEW MEXICO

The Lensic (Santa Fe, NM) – June 2

Taos Community Auditorium (Taos, NM) – June 8, 17

 

NEW YORK

Cinema Arts Center (Huntington, NY) – June 2

Cinema 123 (New York, NY) – June 2, 5

Jacob Burns Film Center (Pleasantville, NY) – June 22

John Drew Theater at Guild Hall (East Hampton, NY) – June 2

Kew Gardens Cinemas (Queens, NY) – June 2 two showings

Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (New York, NY) – June 11

Spectrum 8 Theatres (Albany, NY) – June 2, 5, 12, 13

Staller Center, SUNY Stony Brook (Stony Brook, NY) – June 2

Time & Space Limited (Hudson, NY) – June 2, 4, 11, 12

 

NORTH CAROLINA

Hanesbrands Theatre (Winston-Salem, NC) – June TBC

Lumina Theater at UNCW (Wilmington, NC) – June 2

Sunrise Theater (Southern Pines, NC) – June 2 two showings

 

OHIO

Cedar Lee Theatre (Cleveland Height, OH) – June 22, 26

 

OKLAHOMA

Circle Cinema (Tulsa, OK) – June 9

 

OREGON

Newport Performing Arts Center (Newport, OR) – June 24

Third Rail Rep at the World Trade Center Theater (Portland, OR) – June 2, 12

 

PENNSYLVANIA

Allentown Symphony Hall (Allentown, PA) – June 2, 10

Ambler Theater (Ambler, PA) – June 2, 5, 12

Bryn Mawr Film Institute (Bryn Mawr, PA) – June 2, 5

County Theater (Doylestown, PA) – June 2, 5

Mary D’Angelo Performing Arts Center at Mercyhurst College (Erie, PA) – June 2

Oaks Theater (Oakmont, PA) – June 2, 5

 

RHODE ISLAND

Jane Pickens Theater, Event Center (Newport, RI) – June 2

 

TENNESSEE

Paradiso Cinema (Memphis, TN) – June 12, 14

 

TEXAS

Angelika Film Center (Dallas, TX) – June 8, 9

Angelika Film Center (Plano, TX) – June 12, 14

 

VERMONT

Catamount Arts (St. Johnsbury, VT) - June 2, 4

Town Hall Theater/Opera Company (Middlebury, VT) – June 12

 

VIRGINIA

The Paramount Theater (Charlottesville, VA) – June 4 two showings

 

WASHINGTON, D.C.

Shakespeare Theatre Company, Sidney Harman Hall (Washington, DC) – June 28

 

WASHINGTON

The Lincoln Theater (Mount Vernon, WA) – June 2, 12

Rose Theatre (Port Townsend, WA) – June 4, 11, 12, 18

SIFF Cinema (Seattle, WA) – June 2, 5, 12

 

WISCONSIN

Sundance Cinemas (Madison, WI) – June 25, 27 

A full list of participating cinemas, exhibition dates and ticket prices is available at www.EarnestHD.com.

"The Importance of Being Earnest: Live in HD" was filmed and is being distributed to movie theatres and performing arts centers globally by New York-based BY Experience.

Executive producers for cinema are Julie Borchard-Young and Robert Borchard-Young for BY Experience, Susan A. Loewenberg for L.A. Theatre Works, and Harold Wolpert for Roundabout Theatre Company.

Due to demand, the critically acclaimed Broadway engagement of The Importance of Being Earnest was extended 17 weeks through July 3.

Santino Fontana, Charlotte Parry, Sara Topham and David Furr
Santino Fontana, Charlotte Parry, Sara Topham and David Furr
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