Importance of Being Earnest at Cabot Community Theater

Cabot Community Theater was proud to present Oscar Wilde’s gem

“The Importance of Being Earnest: A Trivial Comedy for Serious People.” 

This delightful comedy will be performed in the Cabot School Performing Arts Center on Friday and Saturday March 18 and 19 at 7:00, and Saturday and Sunday March 19 and 20 at 2:30. Admission price is once again only $5/person at the door, or 3 items for the Onion River Food Shelf.

This production featured a multi-generational cast of local actors committed to excellent, affordable, inclusive community theater: Todd Jones, Cameron and Karen Mueller-Harder, Maggie and Marion Palmiero, Dick Payne, Ethan Socks, Lila Stratton, and Abigail Walker. Direction by Megan Walker, with technical and other support from David Moody, Ellen Cairns, Lori Stratton, Susie Socks, Daria Babbitt, Cynthia Challener, Erik Mueller-Harder, and the Burke family.

This production was staged as a benefit, with all proceeds from the performances went directly to local organizations which help so many in the Cabot community: the Cabot Fire Department, Cabot Ambulance, The Cabot Chronicle, Twin Valley Senior Center, and the Onion River Food Shelf.


Thank you for your support of these groups in their important work in our community!