The Importance of Being Earnest
Oscar Wilde’s most famous drawing room comedy follows the exploits of two bachelors, Jack Worthing and Algernon Moncrieff, as they navigate love, mistaken identities, and elaborate deceptions. Through witty dialogue and absurd situations, Wilde cleverly explores themes of marriage, class, and the facade of respectability. With its sharp humor and clever wordplay, “The Importance of Being Earnest” continues to captivate audiences and remind us of the enduring relevance of Wilde’s sharp social commentary.
IMPROV Games the First Friday of every month!
If you love “Whose Line Is It Anyway” you’ll want to be a part of this entertaining evening of light and fun IMPROV games. No pressure to play — you can simply come and watch!
$5 admission — cheaper than your pumpkin spice latte!
Family friendly, all are welcome to watch (but must be 18+ to participate in games without a parent(s) present, due to PA Child Safety regulations).
Live radio play to be performed right from our studio on Main Street!
hobnob is pleased to announce a new series, “Main Street Studio Broadcast” – Reminiscent of Garrison Keeler’s “Prairie Home Companion,” the production will feature great stories, in-studio sound effects, fun commercials, live music, and more! And the audience is part of the fun!
Stay tuned for dates and more info!
Conceived, cast, written, rehearsed, and produced, all in 24 hours!
Three writers will meet with three directors, randomly draw cast members names from a hat, then spend a night writing a short one-act play. The next morning, the director and actors will get the scripts, begin rehearsing and memorizing lines. That evening, audience members will gather to witness this newly created theatre piece! Stay tuned for more information on dates, and how to get involved!