If you missed our Readers' Theater performance of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, starring our lovely teen readers, here's your chance to make up for it--our second performance, this time at the Central Library, is TONIGHT, Tuesday, July 2, at 7:00 p.m. sharp. And even if you saw the first performance at Buena Vista, you might want to come to this one anyway, because all the roles have been swapped--Lady Bracknell is now Cecily, the butler is now Gwendolen, Reverend Chasuble is Jack, and so on, giving a completely different nuance to this version.
Please be prompt so as not to interrupt the performance with your late entrance. Since there are two summer reading programs at the Central Library the same night (the children's program taking place outdoors on the lawn), please take advantage of parking across the street on the opposite corner of Glenoaks and Olive in the employee lot after 6:00 p.m.
As always, there will be PRIZE DRAWINGS at this program for all teens registered for the Teen Summer Reading Program. If you are NOT registered, go here, click on "Teens: Beneath the Surface," and then on "sign me up!" and fill out the (short) form. No commitment necessary--registration just means you are eligible for prize drawings. You can come to one program or all, do just the online book reviews from the comfort of your own home, create a Self Portrait for our art contest, or all/none of the above!