Importance of Being Earnest, The (1967)
05 July 67
Importance of Being Earnest, The
St Martin’s Theatre, Melbourne
Bakaitis, Helmut, Charleston, Pauline, Dunne, Wendy, Eddey, Paul, James, Joseph, Karo, Paul, Kelton, Fay, MacArthur, Joan, Macartney, Keith, Mitchell, Irene, Orr, Madeleine, Rowell, Kenneth, Toussaint, John, Wilde, Oscar
Program for The Importance of Being Earnest, St Martin’s Theatre, Melbourne, 5 July 1967
St. Martin’s Theatre Company presents The Importance of Being Earnest, a trivial comedy for serious people in three acts by Oscar Wilde. Directed by Irene Mitchell. Production Designed by Kenneth Rowell. Settings executed by Paul Kathner. Stage Manager: Joseph James. Assistant Stage Manager: Helmut Bakaitis. Sound: Wendy Dunne. Switchboard: John Toussaint. Starring: Paul Eddey, Paul Karo, Keith Macartney, Joseph James, Helmut Bakaitis, Joan MacArthur, Pauline Charleston, Fay Kelton, Madeleine Orr.