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We are the Twin Lakes Playhouse members who have been bringing LIVE Theater to the Mountain Home and North Central Arkansas for over 40 years. The number who attend our theater continues to rise. A variety of stage plays, from comedy to drama to mystery to children's plays, is attractive to all in the community.


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"The Importance of Being Earnest" May 9-25 2014 Rehearsals start on March 31. The play opens May 9 and runs for 3 consecutive weekends, Friday and Saturday @ 7:00, Sunday @ 2:00.

Acting Workshops The Acting Workshops will be held for two weekends.

If you are interested or you know someone who is, please contact Deb Smith for a pre-registration form at 870-421-4026 or email a request to and one will be emailed to you.

Space is limited so get your registration forms in soon. All workshops are free.

Acting II- Youth ages 8-12
DAY ONE March 29, 2014 9:00-4:00
DAY TWO March 30, 2014 1:00-4:00

Acting II- Teen ages 13-18
DAY ONE April 5, 2014 9:00-4:00
DAY TWO April 6, 2014 1:00-4:00

"The Importance of Being Earnest" This is Oscar Wilde’s witty and optimistic comedy of manners that has delighted millions of audience members since its first production in 1895. This play is celebrated for the lighthearted ingenuity of its plot, inspired dialogue, rich with witticisms still savored by all who enjoy artful conversation. Jack Worthington lives in a country manor; Algernon Moncrieff lives in a London flat. Both become antsy with their surroundings so, to get away from it all, they each choose to create a person for whom they have to occasionally visit.

Jack goes to London to see his misfortunate “brother,” Ernest, and falls in love with Algernon’s cousin, Gwendolen Fairfax. Algernon visits his consistently ill friend, Bunberry. He stumbles on Jack’s estate and meets Jack’s ward, Cecily, and falls in love. In the mix is also the budding romance of Reverend Chasuble and Miss Prism, and the formidable Lady Bracknell, who not only refuses to accept Jack as a suitable husband for Gwendolen, but also creates creates mischief and embarrassment for one of hero. The Importance of Being Earnest is an enchanted play, one that definitely stands to test of time.