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U.S. premiere! A remarkable glimpse into the life and times of possibly the greatest of all Victorian playwrights, Oscar Wilde. His writings gave him the greatest of success and considerable fame; his private life and his scandalous affair with Bosie Douglas brought him disgrace and infamy. This dramatic presentation tells his story, using his own words and writings, demonstrating the nature and personality of this larger-than-life genius of language just as he portrayed himself, through the glorious characters he wrote, and heroes and villains as they were. Performing at the theater of The Frick Art Museum in Point Breeze.

On opening night, December 6th, arrive at 6:30pm for a pre-show lecture led by Robin Nicholson, Executive Director of The Frick, Pittsburgh.

December 7th Discussion Series sponsored by The Jack Buncher Foundation.  Arrive at 6:30pm for an engaging interview session with Director and Wilde expert, Alan Stanford.

RELATED PERFORMANCES AND EVENTS:

OSCAR WILDE FAIRY TALES

THE TRIAL OF OSCAR WILDE

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