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The Picture of Dorian Gray
Wednesday Mar 27, 2013 5:00pm-12:00pm in New York
"The Picture of Dorian Gray" is transformed into an erotic cautionary thriller in Glory Kadigan's new adaptation of Oscar Wilde's infamous novel.

MTWorks' proudly presents

Oscar Wilde's
adapted & directed by Glory Kadigan


WED, MARCH 27 through SUN, APRIL 14, 2013
THE WORKSHOP THEATER (312 W 36th St, 4th Floor East between 8th & 9th Ave).

The young Dorian's innocence and beauty are remarkably captured in painter Basil Hallward's latest masterpiece. Basil's friend Lord Henry Wotton and Dorian are stunned by the painting displayed before them. When Lord Henry points out the painting's beauty will never fade yet the young man's will, Dorian makes a deadly wish: that the painting grow old in his place while he remains forever young. His wish is granted. Set in the late 1800′s, this classic Gothic tale explores the superficial nature of society, and the value of youth and beauty.


Featuring FRANCESCO ANDOLFI (Dorian Gray), CHRISTOPHER LEIDENFROST (Dr. Alan Campbell), HEATHER MASSIE* (Mrs. Vane), MAUREEN O'BOYLE (Duchess of Harley), MICHAEL JUDSON PACE (James Vane), ERIC PERCIVAL (Basil Hallward), ANGELA SHARP (Duchess of Monmouth), DAVID STALLINGS (Lord Henry), MICHAEL WHITNEY (Victor) and KELLY ZEKAS (Sibyl Vane).


Week 1:
Wed, Mar 27 @8p

Week 2:
Sun, Mar 31 @3p; Sun, Mar 31 @8p; Mon, Apr 1 @8p; Tue, Apr 2 @8p;
Wed, Apr 3 @8p

Week 3:
Sun, Apr 7 @3p; Sun, Apr 7 @8p; Mon, Apr 8 @8p; Tue, Apr 9 @8p;
Wed, Apr 10 @8p

Week 4:
Sun, Apr 14 @3p

Tickets $18.00
To purchase online visit
To purchase by phone call 866-811-4111

Produced by MTWorks. Scenic design by Craig Napoliello, Costume design by Rachel Dozier-Ezell, lighting design by Daniel Gallagher, sound design by Jacob Subotnick. Assistant Director/Production Stage Manager Neal Kowalsky; London Griffith is the assistant stage manager.

"The Picture of Dorian Gray" plays in repertory with Ego Actus' production of Penny Jackson's "I Know What Boys Like", directed by Joan Kane.

For more information visit

*Appearing Courtesy of Actors' Equity Association
Equity Showcase (Approval Pending)

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WorkShop Theater Company
312 West 36th Street, 4th Floor East
New York, NY 10018

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