The Seattle Christian theater department recently performed The Importance of Being Earnest on the SCS stage. They performed this British romantic comedy in front of five sold out audiences, rousing laughs out of each and every person that attended. Set in 1895 London and the countryside of Hertfordshire, this play tells the story of two men in love with women who are in love with a false idea of them. Director Tyler Todd Kimmel explains a bit of why this play holds value today: “There is no sense in trying to falsely improve ourselves or set expectations that are impossible to meet. Just be yourself and let others be themselves! As funny as this play is, its resolution actually gives us a sigh of relief. After all this, the lesson is to simply, as the title foreshadows, be earnest!” This play featured seniors AJ Vanderley, Sawyer Buyagawan, Bria Eby, and Macy Vinther, Junior Eric Busz, and Sophomores Evelyn Kemp, Ely Plunket, and Karsten Gibson. Thanks to all who attended this wonderful performance!