THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING ERNEST HEMINGWAY
by Oscar Wilde and Ernest Hemingway
adapted and directed by James Rutherford & Elliot B. Quick
at the Access Theater, August/September 2014
Featuring performances by Leighton Bryan, Ross Cowan, Charlotte Graham, Charise Greene, Timothy Hassler, Ned Risely, Alexander Salamat, Wheaton Simis, and Anne Troup.
Scenery and lighting by Oona Curley, costumes by Nikki Delhomme, original music by Alex Clifford, sound design by Michael Costagliola, stage management by Anne Huston, fight choreography by Alexander Salamat, technical direction by Adam Wyron and press representation by David Gibbs/DARR Publicity.
"This is a play to be admired for its innovation, ambition, impressive set, and the strong performances from the entire cast."
"The script, created by Elliot B. Quick and James Rutherford, is excellent, taking up the challenge of intersecting the two very different voices of Hemingway and Wilde."