The Importance of Being Earnest
By Oscar WildeSold Out
October 13 - 30
A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
Pay What You Will Thursdays
To keep live performance affordable and accessible to our community, we’re offering Pay What You Will Thursdays for all Mainstage shows at the Waldron and Ted Jones Playhouse! Book tickets for one of our Thursday performances of The Importance of Being Earnest and you’ll get to choose your own ticket price (from $5-$75). Just select your seats, then you’ll be prompted to choose your ticket price.
Pay What You Will Thursdays and our Community Access Ticket Program are generously sponsored by Jessika and Bryan Hane.
Want to see the show for free? Volunteer to usher!
If you love all things Wilde, don’t miss Gross Indecency at IU Theater, running October 21-29! Click here to learn more.
- Director: Kate Galvin
- Stage Manager: Phil Christiansen
- Scenic Designer/Scenic Charge Artist: David Wade
- Lighting Designer: Jennifer Fok
- Costume Designer: Kate Mott
- Sound Designer: Brandon Reed
- Props Master: Aubrey Krueger
- Assistant Stage Manager: Sareek Hosein
- Assistant Stage Manager: Chelsea Pell
Hannah Hakim (she/her)
Hannah Hakim is so excited to be a part of Constellation Stage & Screen’s inaugural season! An actress and singer based in New York City, Hannah spent her summer performing in The Revolutionists at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater. Other recent credits include performances with New York City Children’s Theatre, The Emerging Artists Theatre Co., The Metropolitan Playhouse, and The National Theatre (as part of their Saturday Morning Live! At the National program). Hannah is a graduate of Northwestern University’s theatre, musical theatre, and acting for the screen programs and is represented by Bright Artists Management. She would like to thank this wonderful team, her family, and her friends for all of their incredible support! To see what Hannah is up to next, check out hannahhakim.com or follow @_hannahhakim on instagram.
John (Jack) Worthing
Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D.