Dallas Lutheran School drama students performed The Importance of Being Earnest on Oct. 17-18
The show was directed by Doyle Fluegel and Matthew Boyer. Algernon was played by senior Matt Brinn, Jack by senior Ed Schwieterman, Cecily by senior Elizabeth Bruder, Gwendoline by junior Hannah Barry, and Lady Bracknell by junior Hannah Isett.
Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy, set in London during the Victorian era, is filled with witty banter among the convenient morals of the time. Young ladies in waiting yearn for their eligible bachelors while the male characters lead double lives, all having to do with the name Ernest.