I had expected to find a few mainstream media reviews of this popular play, but can’t see a single one! (If you do, reader, let me know and I’ll put a link.)
I did come across many personal blogs that talk about this play. A few of them are linked from Evam’s blog, this page:
Naturally they’re all complimentary reviews 🙂
On another well-written piece about this play on the blog “eclectic reviews”, the writer Anshu Bora, far from impressed with the play, says:
When I was done watching Evam attempt Oscar Wilde’s Importance of being earnest, I was infuriated. yes, that is the word and no, I am not exaggerating. There was an evident paucity of quality, be it in the acting department, the set changes or even the dance choreography.
To be fair a few flaws such as slow set changes seem to have been fixed in the later shows. I agree fully with his disappointment with the acting. Read the full post here.
On another blog, Gaurav Vaz who liked the play overall, makes this very perceptive comment:
…at many times during the play, I remember catching myself thinking, they are just saying those lines out like they are at rehearsal! or rather a line check! when you say something naughty or mischevious, there wasn’t at times, the expression that goes with it.
That apart, he has very nice things to say about “The Importance Of Being Earnest” and ends with a definite recommendation. Read the full post here.