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Title The importance of being earnest.

Imprint 1945.

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Description 1 v. (theater program).
Summary An ENSA production "The Importance of Being Earnest," a comedy in three acts by Oscar Wilde, produced by Eric Berry, stage director Marcel Meyer, stage manager Audrey Long, scenery designed by L.W. Anson and executed in the ENSA workshops, costumes designed by Captain Michael Ellis of Army Welfare and executed by Florence Brown of the ENSA wardrobe, ENSA Garrison Theatre Orchestra under the dirction of George Scheel.
Note ENSA Garrison Theatre, Cairo, Egypt, Winter season 1945.
Title devised by Library staff.
Cast: Eugene Quinn, Victor Woolf, Eric Berry, Megan Latimer, Jean Walker, Ann Robinson, Elizabeth Zachary, Hurbert Earle, Audrey Long.
Linking Entry In: Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress).
Genre/Form Theater programs -- Egypt -- Cairo.
Theater programs -- 1945.
Added Author Berry, Eric, 1913-1993.
Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900. Importance of being earnest.
ENSA Garrison Theatre (Organization : Cairo, Egypt)
Entertainments National Service Association (Great Britain)
Richard L. Coe Theater Programs Collection (Library of Congress) DLC