The Importance of Being Earnest tickets - Los Angeles
are available for the comedy that has kept audiences laughing with its plays on words and harmless lies. The story involves
a wealthy man from London who uses the excuse of a pretend sick friend, named Bunbury, to get out of unwanted social obligations.
No excuses necessary for this comical play so get theater tickets for an
unforgettable theater success.
The Importance of Being Earnest is a play by Oscar Wilde, in either three or four acts inspired by W. S. Gilbert's " Engaged."
The play was first performed for the public on February 14, 1895 at the St. James' Theatre in London. The story provides a
social satire with a practice coined "Bunburying," where the character recieves piety while avoiding responsibilities. Don't
miss the inventive story that will have you laughing and staying tuned for each and every scene with this witty cast.