Thinking Cap Theatre sets The Importance of Being Earnest in a madcap lampoon of New York City’s disco era. The urbane and farcical elements are irreconcilably at war, but each facet – one of the funniest literate scripts ever written and a zany hoot of a production – is so strong on its own merits that the result is a mostly satisfying gigglefest worth the investment.
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Tagged Carey Brianna Hart, Clay Cartland, Elizabeth Price, Jim Gibbons, Johnnie Bowls, Karen Stephens, Nicole Stodard, Noah Levine, Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest, Thinking Cap Theatre
These are not at all necessarily what we predict will be the best shows this season (although they may be) or the best attended or the most popular or the most award-winning. We don’t care. These are the shows we most want to see for a variety of reasons.
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Tagged Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Mile, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Broward Stage Door Theatre, Christopher Demos-Brown, Dogfight, Gypsy, Hello Dolly, Kravis on Broadway, Lee Roy Reams, Long Day's Journey Into Night, Nicholas Richberg, Palm Beach Dramaworks, Passion, Spring Awakening, Stalking The Bogeyman, Stripped, The Bridges of Madison County, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Wick Theatre, Thinking Cap Theatre, West Side Story, William Hayes, Zoetic Stage