SUNY Broome students are determined to tickle your funny bone this month.
This Friday and Saturday (April 12 and 13), the SUNY Broome Theater Club will present Michael Frayn’s farcical Noises Off! (1982), about a touring theatrical production fraught with problems.
Then, on April 26 and 27, the SUNY Broome Department of Music and Theater Arts will present Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy of mistaken identity, The Importance of Being Earnest (1895).
Both plays will be performed at 7 p.m. in the Angelo Zuccolo Little Theatre on the SUNY Broome Community College campus, Upper Front Street, Binghamton. Tickets at the door for either show are $10 ($5 for seniors, the military and students, and free for SUNY Broome students).
Noises Off! is directed by K. Groats and I. Sepulveda Kiefer. Cast (in alphabetical order): C. Cole, C. Ely, L. Harley, D. Heier, J. Holleran, E. Milk, A. Kuklis, M. Larsen and B. Toussaint.
The Importance of Being Earnest is directed by M. Donnelly and C. Ely. Cast (in alphabetical order): T. Dillenbeck, K. Groats, L. Harley, J. Holleran, M. Larsen, H. Leyba, M. Nelson, W. Quail and I. Sepulveda Kiefer.

— Barb Van Atta