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Thu, Feb 21 2008 08:00
| General Stuff
It's certainly been a while since I posted here, but it's been a busy few weeks! Less than a month after Fame finished its successful run, The Importance of Being Earnest is ready to open.
And I do mean ready! After a mind-blowing EIGHT-DAY rehearsal process(!!), we're set to open. It's going to be a truly hilarious treat for the whole family. Here's the official release:
Oscar Wilde Comedy to be Performed Feb. 22-24
The Importance of Being Earnest
Running to Places Productions, the new non-profit theatre for middle and high school students in our community, presents Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy The Importance of Being Earnest February 22-24. Director Joey Steinhagen has assembled an outstanding cast and production team of students from across Tompkins County. Filled with romance, clever wordplay, and mistaken identity, this entertaining comedy will be presented at the Beverly J. Martin Elementary School, 302 West Buffalo Street in Ithaca, Friday and Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2pm. Tickets are $8 general admission, $7 students/seniors, and are available at the door, at the Ticket Center at Clinton House (in person or 273-4497) or online at www.runningtoplaces.org . Sponsors of The Importance of Being Earnest -- the second show in the premiere season of Running to Places Productions -- include Audrey Edelman RealtyUSA, Cedarbaum Chiropractic Healthcare, and the Tompkins County Public Library. Bring a gently used children’s book to benefit the Family Reading Partnership's Bright Red Bookshelf project and receive a raffle ticket to win prizes!
Hope to see you there!