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Dorian Gray Naked

In this two-handed musical, Dorian is given a fictional afterlife in which he confronts his creator, Oscar Wilde.

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Dorian Gray Naked

Date: 9 Jan 2019

Written by veteran librettist and playwright, Melvyn Morrow (Shout! and Dusty) and 24-year-old composer Dion Condack, Dorian Gray Naked affords one of literature’s infamous characters an afterlife in which to confront his creator, Oscar Wilde.

Dorian Gray is the incarnation of eternally seductive male youth of adventurous and exotic sexual disposition, up for anything and everything. His name summons up deliciously sensual romps on an almost industrial scale. But at what cost?

Here, Dorian reveals the truth about his passionate amours and his relationship to his creator.

Where Wilde only hinted at Dorian’s acts of wickedness, here the liberated hero tells it like it is – down, dirty and outrageous.

 

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