The Picture of Dorian Gray

by Oscar Wilde

Directed and Adapted by Alisa Stewart

January 18 - February 10

Thursdays-Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sundays at 2pm
The Beaverton Masonic Lodge, 4690 SW Watson Ave
The only way to get rid of a temptation is to yield to it.

It is 1890 in Victorian London, England. A radiantly handsome, impressionable, and wealthy young man is painted by a local London artist. A Faustian pledge to the devil to stay always as young as his portrait begins his dark pursuit of personal pleasure above all else. Led by the charming talk and famous wit of Lord Henry Wotton, Dorian becomes obsessed with beauty, youth, pleasure, and the importance of immediacy. And as the rest of the world ages, Dorian stays youthful. But his portrait, covered in secret in his dark attic, shows his true age, and the horrific result of his terrible transgressions that include a savagely cruel, cold-blooded murder and even more gruesome cover-up.

This beautiful, immersive production was presented in promenade fashion, where audiences moved from scene to scene, following actors and scene changes that transported them through time and place, from a pleasant social affair to a dark, smoky opium den.

THIS PRODUCTION MADE POSSIBLE BY A GRANT FROM

THE REGIONAL ARTS & CULTURE COUNCIL

AND RONNI LACROUTE

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"This is a truly immersive production. Nothing like I've ever experienced before."    - Ronni L. 

"That was amazing. I've never seen such a production like this before."    - Melissa B.

It was so good, I think I'm going to see it again.  - John M. 

"Wow! Just wow!"   - Evelyn A. 

CAST: Katherine Grant-Suttie, Walter Petryk, Amber Bogdewicz, Leslie Spitznagel, Emma Whiteside, Diana LoVerso, Steve Marshall, Ryan Pfeiffer, and Jeremy Gardels

 

Stage Manager: Annie Bosworth-Foley

Set Designer: Tyler Buswell

Costume Designer: Alana Wight

Lighting Designer: Dug Martell

Hair & Make-up Designer: Jessa Lowe

Props Designer: Nicole D'Amico

Sound Designer: Alisa Stewart

Dialect Assistance: Walter Petryk 

Assistant Stage Manager: Jessi Marlow

Proud recipient of an operating grant from the Oregon Arts Commission and a project grant from RACC and the Cultural Coalition of Washington County

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