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Frances Baum Nicholson –The Stage Struck Review

Of all of Oscar Wilde’s creations, the overall theme of “A Picture of Dorian Gray” has most become a part of the English language. 

Rob Stevens – Haines His Way

In his program notes for the current A Noise Within’s production of his adaptation of A Picture of Dorian Gray, director Michael Michetti states “Oscar Wilde was perhaps the nineteenth century’s most infamous homosexual”. Read more…

Ellen Dostal – BroadwayWorld

They say a picture paints a thousand words. In director Michael Michetti’s compelling stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s A PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY, it does more than that. It captures a lifetime…Michetti first directed DORIAN GRAY at Boston Court Pasadena in 2006 and he revisits it here at A Noise Within in a new configuration and with a mostly new cast. Colin Bates takes on the role of Dorian in a daring performance that grabs you from his first entrance and never lets you look away. He’s boyish and wonderfully sweet before Lord Henry Wotton (Frederick Stuart, marvelously in his element) gets a hold of him, and he is dangerously unpredictable as his character evolves.
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