Dunfermline Dramatic Society presents
The Importance of Being Earnest
by Oscar Wilde
Further details still to be announced.
Jack Worthing is “Ernest” in town. He wins Gwendolyn’s hand, but Gwendolyn declares that she chiefly loves him for his name — Ernest — the name Jack has allotted his non-existent brother whose peccadilloes explain his frequent absences from his country home where lives his pretty ward, Cecily. Meanwhile, Cecily has decided to marry rake-hell “Ernest” and when Algernon presents himself in this guise, she immediately accepts his smitten proposal. However, through some highly improbable coincidences, all is happily resolved.