The Bodensee Players 20th production "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde was presented on January 18, 22, 24, 25. 26 and 27, 2007 in the Atrium Theatre.
|Lane (a servent)
|Merriman (a servent)
|Penny von Alberti
|In 1890s London, rakish Algernon Montcrieff is visited by his friend, Jack Worthing, who is in town to propose marriage to Algy's wildly romantic cousin, Gwendolen. Jack, however, who has created a devilish younger brother called "Ernest" to hide his own misdeeds, has a beautiful young ward named Cecily , whom he wants to keep clear of the roguish Algy. While Jack deals with the large obstacle standing between him and Gwendolen--namely, her mother, the imposing Lady Bracknell --Algy devises a way to meet Cecily. The confusion and hilarity come to a peak when Algy arrives at Jack's country manor posing as Ernest in order to woo Cecily, and Gwendolen runs away to the country to be with Jack--whom she knows as Ernest.