The fashionable Jack and his friend Algernon pretend to be someone else in trying to avoid burdensome social obligations. Meanwhile, Cecily and Gwendolen are both in love with the same mythical suitor. When all four arrive at Jack’s country house on the same weekend, it soon is bedlam. Originally produced in 1895, this high farce with its clever dialogue, wry wit, and elaborate plot twists, is Oscar Wilde’s enduring and most popular work.
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