Theatre Review: A Picture of Dorian Gray

Theatre Review: A Picture of Dorian Gray

We all know Dorian Gray. We all know Oscar Wilde. Or at least I think I do. But then I see quotes like, “All art is quite useless” -Oscar Wilde (preface to The Picture of Dorian Gray) and I may need to think again. Isn’t Oscar Wilde the playwright of The Importance of...

Theatre Review: Famous

You can’t talk about Famous, an 11:11 Experience, without talking about its playwright, Michael Leoni. We have to acknowledge, he is likely the initial draw. If his name doesn’t ring a bell, his last play Elevator may jog your memory. It ran for 7 months at the Coast...

Theatre Review: Mortified

Mor·ti·fy [ˈmôrdəˌfī]- To cause to experience shame, humiliation, or wounded pride. (free dictionary) The show that has been called a “cultural phenomenom”: Mortified– Adults sharing the embarrassing things they created as kids. SHARE THE SHAME. Full confession,...