The Picture Of Dorian Gray
Directed by Mark Collier

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"What does it profit a person if they gain the whole world
and lose their own soul?"


Dorian Gray, young and beautiful, sinks deep into a
frivolous lifestyle of selfish abandon, seeming unchanged
by corruption and untouched by age. But behind a locked
door, beneath a heavy curtain, Dorian's portrait tells a
different story...

An original adaptation by the company of Oscar Wilde's
haunting story of evil, debauchery and scandal,
featuring unique puppets created for the show and a
powerful original soundtrack.

New for 2017, the show was commissioned by
the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA.



Running time: 70 minutes