A full-cast dramatization of one of the great classics of contemporary Western literature. Dorian Gray, an effete young gentleman, is the subject of a striking portrait by the artist Basil Hallward. Gray’s narcissism is awakened, and he embraces a lifestyle of hedonism and casual cruelties. Increasingly consumed by his own vanity, he is forced to confront his true inner-self, in a manner that is as shocking as it is terrifying.
An L.A. Theatre Works full-cast performance featuring: Steve Juergens, Jim Ortlieb, Colleen Crimmins, Roger Mueller, Thomas Carroll, Paulin Brailsford, Rush Pearson, and Martin Duffy. Directed by Terry McCabe and Jeffrey Ortmann.
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"Based on the theatrical adaptation by Paul Edwards, this interpretation unleashes all the dramatic tension of the story without ignoring the necessary plot points. Steve Juergens gives a convincing performance as the haughty Gray. He speaks with clear emotion and masterfully conveys all the cruelty and conceit of the infamous protagonist. The supporting cast bolsters the production with a range of narrative and character roles. This audiobook transports the reader into the front row of the theater." (AudioFile)
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Sorry to say, the Americans just do not do good English nor Irish dramas. The feelings and atmosphere's of the play are not there.
This performance is cold.
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