The Importance of Being Earnest (in 30 minutes) - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS

The Importance of Being Earnest (in 30 minutes) - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS
A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
adapted by Jason Pizzarello

Productions (0)
  • Comedy
  • |
  • 30 - 40 minutes
  • 3 f, 2 m, 2 either (7 actors possible: 3-5 f, 2-4 m)
  • Set: A garden.

The Importance of Being Earnest (in 30 minutes) - VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS
A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
adapted by Jason Pizzarello

(0)
Productions (0)
  • Comedy
  • |
  • 30 - 40 minutes
  • 3 f, 2 m, 2 either (7 actors possible: 3-5 f, 2-4 m)
  • Set: A garden.

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS allow teachers to quickly and easily get scripts in the hands of students. Immediately after purchase, a standard PDF script is emailed to the purchaser, which can then be distributed to students. In a matter of minutes, you and your students will have scripts at your disposal.

In this one-act adaptation of Oscar Wilde's beloved romantic comedy, the stakes are even higher and the deadlines even tighter for poor Jack Worthing, whose alter ego "Ernest" comes back to haunt him in the form of his rakish friend Algernon Montcrieff, who adopts the false identity to woo Jack's ward Cecily. But Jack-as-Ernest has just proposed to Algernon's cousin Gwendolen, to the great disapproval of her mother, the rigid Lady Bracknell. When the two ladies -- both engaged to Ernest Worthing -- meet up, chaos ensues. All the wit of Wilde in less than half the time.

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Play Details

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM SCRIPTS allow teachers to quickly and easily get scripts in the hands of students. Immediately after purchase, a standard PDF script is emailed to the purchaser, which can then be distributed to students. In a matter of minutes, you and your students will have scripts at your disposal.

In this one-act adaptation of Oscar Wilde's beloved romantic comedy, the stakes are even higher and the deadlines even tighter for poor Jack Worthing, whose alter ego "Ernest" comes back to haunt him in the form of his rakish friend Algernon Montcrieff, who adopts the false identity to woo Jack's ward Cecily. But Jack-as-Ernest has just proposed to Algernon's cousin Gwendolen, to the great disapproval of her mother, the rigid Lady Bracknell. When the two ladies -- both engaged to Ernest Worthing -- meet up, chaos ensues. All the wit of Wilde in less than half the time.

  • Comedy
  • |
  • 30 - 40 minutes
  • 3 f, 2 m, 2 either (7 actors possible: 3-5 f, 2-4 m)
  • Set: A garden.