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An Earnest Performance

Last weekend, Cushing’s drama department presented The Importance of Being Earnest on the Cowell Chapel stage. The play was directed by Julia Ohm, who was ably assisted by Michelle Schloss. Oscar Wilde’s play, first produced in 1895, is a classic farce with a plot full of mistaken identity and social snobbery. A hearty congratulations to the students who made up the cast and crew. Bravo!

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Algernon Moncrieff: Justin Canning ’19
Lane (Manservent): Jack Fay ’16
John Worthing, J.P. (Jack):  Christian Bradley ’16
Lady Bracknell: Emma Vorfeld ’17
Hon. Gwendolyn Fairfax : Maggie Solomon ‘17
Cecily Cardew: Chyna Christman ’16
Miss Prism (Governess): Jessica Kinsley ’16
Rev. Cannon Chasuble, D.D.: David Nevins ’16
Merriman (Maid): Rachel Guerriero ‘16
Stage Manager: Linnea Gardner ’17
Assistant Stage Manager: Olivia Gilchrest ’16
Scenic Assistant: Layla Li ‘17
Lighting Designer: Brendan White ’16
Technical Crew: Blake Edwards ’18, Dennis Haughton ’17, Jarrod Simmons ’17

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Cushing Academy

Cushing Academy exists for students and develops curious, creative, and confident learners and leaders. Founded in 1865, Cushing is a co-ed, college preparatory boarding and day school for students in grades 9-12 and PG. Our students, who come from over 30 states and 30 countries, excel in our outstanding academic, art, and athletic offerings. We welcome you to visit our community and beautiful 162-acre campus in Ashburnham, Mass., just one hour from Boston, to experience all that Cushing has to offer.