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Book-It Repertory Theatre

Dorian Gray artwork

by Oscar Wilde

Adapted by Judd Parkin
Directed by Victor Pappas
Pay-What-You-Will: June 6
Preview: June 7, 8
Opening Night: Saturday, June 9
June 6–July 1, 2018

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When the handsome Dorian Gray sees a portrait a male admirer has made of him, he laments, “how sad it is! I will grow old and horrible and dreadful. But this picture will remain always young … if it were only the other way.”—and a Faustian bargain is struck. Oscar Wilde’s only novel scandalized Victorian England with its open examination of sex, drugs, and even murder, and its ultimate declaration that hiding from one’s true self is the real sin.


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Beyond-the-Book Events
Conversations that both illuminate Book-It’s production and act as catalysts for deeper exploration of the book’s themes. Events TBA.



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