by EJ Reyes and Thomas Sheehan

"All art is quite useless.!!"


This story, which embodies the classic themes of magic, superstition, horror, hypocrisy, power, innocence corrupted and man's obsession with physical beauty and youth, is surely as relevant today as when Wilde wrote it in 1891.

"This powerful and entertaining version of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray explores human nature and what happens when our deeds, evil or otherwise, leave no identifying mark."

"Dorian Gray, with its depth and dark comedy, is sure to leave the Lincoln Center Mini-theatre for Broadway soon. Patrons should buy their tickets now, while it's still affordable."

The Mirror
University of N. Colorado


"The only way to be free of temptation
is to yield to it."