The Importance of Being Earnest

Broadway
Comedy
Drama
Two wealthy London bachelors each pretend to be a fictitious man called Earnest in order to win over two eligible young ladies, despite the ladies' avowed preference for that name alone — and the interference of the intimidatingly proper Lady Bracknell — in Oscar Wilde's "trivial comedy for serious people."
  • Playwright: Oscar Wilde
People (74)

Awards

Tony Award
1978 Scenic Design (Play or Musical) Nominee