Canadian University College's Drama Society presented three performances of the classic play The Importance of Being Earnest, March 13, 15 and 16, in the Administration Building Chapel. The production was co-directed by Madison Trupp, a 1st-year Voice Major from Mississauga and Selene Dublanko, a 3rd-year General Studies Major from Vancouver. The printed program can be viewed here.
Emmanuel Nsengiyaremye, a 1st-year Business Major from Montreal played the role of John Worthing, who is known as Earnest by his best friend Algernon Moncrieff, portrayed by Aaron Boscanin, a 4th-year Violin Performance Major from Portland, Oregon. To impress their girlfriends, both of these young men pretend they are named, "Earnest," because both young ladies believe that name confers superior qualities of character on its possessor.