The Importance of Being Earnest
July 26,
2014

After dinner on Friday night, students met up in St. Bernardine of Siena Library for a dramatic — and, at times, hilarious — reading of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. To allow as many students to participate as possible, some of the major roles were divvied up among several actors. And delighting all with his performance of Algernon “Algy” Moncrieff was none other than the Summer Program’s director, Dr. Christopher Decaen.

  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap
  • hssp14 -- 1st Friday PM
    Slideshow: Friday Night Recap

Afterward, students headed down to the lower part of the campus, where they prayed along the College’s new outdoor Stations of the Cross. From there, they walked over to the three spring-fed ponds for sing-along by the campfire.