Charise Greene — The Importance of Being Ernest

“The Importance of Being Ernest Hemingway” at Access Theater

Charise will be playing Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Ernest Hemingway at Access August 17 – September 1.

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Text by Oscar Wilde and Ernest Hemingway
Adapted and directed by James Rutherford in collaboration with Elliot B. Quick

Literature’s most dazzling wit faces down its most red-blooded stoic in The Importance of Being Ernest Hemingway, a World Premiere by M-34. Set in 1926 Paris with rugged Hemingway men in the roles of Jack and Algy, this mash-up of texts from Oscar Wilde and Ernest Hemingway outs the gay romance in Wilde’s best-loved work and collides it with Hemingway’s impossible machismo, exposing both artists’ desperate search for an Ideal Masculinity. Directed and adapted by James Rutherford in collaboration with Elliot B. Quick, The Importance of Being Ernest Hemingway is a trivial comedy about pain, lies, violence and vengeance.

M-34 Theater Company
Click here for tickets or call 301.706.7097
Performances: Saturday August 17: 8pm; Sunday August 18: 8pm; Tuesday August 20: 8pm; Thursday August 22: 8pm; Friday August 23: 8pm; Saturday August 24: 8pm; Sunday August 25: 8pm; Thursday August 29: 8pm; Friday August 30: 8pm; Saturday August 31: 8pm; Sunday September 1: 8pm

All details here: http://www.m-34.org/#!current-production/c1brn

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