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Lord Arthur Savile's Crime by Charlie Cook adapted from Oscar Wilde
RolesMinimum Male roles = 5. Minimum Female roles = 7. Minimum total with doubling = 12. Minimum total without doubling = 12. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 85 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleFull-length period comedy adapted from the short story by Oscar Wilde. Single drawing-room set and plenty of Wildean wit.
SynopsisLord Arthur gets himself in a tangle, postponing his wedding to Sybil so as to concentrate on his plot to murder his rich aunt from whom he is to inherit the family fortune. Unfortunately, his aunt dies a natural death, and Lord Arthur must again postpone his wedding, not least so that he can retrieve the poison capsule he had intended for his aunt. His inept murderous career continues with yet another wedding postponement for his ultimately and inevitably failed attempt to construct an exploding carriage clock to get rid of the Dean of Chichester. Of course, there's a happy ending, but which would you prefer - a murder, or a wedding?
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The Picture of Dorian Gray by Charlie Cook adapted from Oscar Wilde
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RolesMinimum Male roles = 7. Minimum Female roles = 6. Minimum total with doubling = 13. Minimum total without doubling = 14. No chorus.
Run TimeAround 130 minutes. [Estimated!]
MusicNone.
StyleFull-length stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde's novel. A period piece (1890 and 1908), with fabulously Wildean dialogue.
SynopsisDorian Gray is a young man of unmatched charm and natural beauty. On seeing a portrait of himself, he declares he would give anything for the picture to age instead of him. Thereafter, guided and misguided by the philosophies of his friend Lord Henry Wotton, he embarks on a life of sin and decadence - during which he does not age a day, but the image in the portrait becomes crooked, aged and depraved.
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