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The chilling Gothic tale of Dorian Gray, who remains physically unchanged when he discovers the power of his own exceptional beauty and his downfall within the glamorous world of self-luxury and corrupt lifestyle. But hidden away in his attic, his portrait tells a different story... Victorian London. Away from the opera houses, the salons and the gentlemen's clubs; there lies a darker, murkier underbelly: tawdry theatres, burlesque bars, cabaret clubs and opium dens. Dorian Gray descends into the depths of this secret underworld on his quest to seek the "ultimate sensation". But at what cost? Ruby in the Dust present Oscar Wilde's only novel in a brave new theatrical format of glamour, music, decadence and drama.Performers Robert Donnelly (Basil Halward), Joanna Hickman (Sibyl Vane), Mostyn James (Dorian Gray), James Lloyd Pegg (James Vane/Mr Isaacs), vincent Manna (Lord Henry), Emma Vane (Lady Henry).
Book by Oscar Wilde. Company Ruby in the Dust. Adapted by Linnie Reedman. Director Linnie Reedman. Music Joe Evans. Lighting Jack Knowles. Choreographer Vincent Manna. Director Becka McFadden (assistant).
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