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Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde with Steve Noll

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Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde

By Moisés Kaufman

Directed by Steve Noll

London: 1895: Oscar Wilde was the toast of Victorian high society. His plays and writings were scandalous, outrageous, daring and incredibly popular. His fame was immense. His fortunes: huge. So much that he believed his openly gay relationship with the son of a famous politician couldn't be touched. Some historians have called Wilde the "first gay man" for being so brash. But the laws of the times were clear: Gross Indecency (as his sexual orientation was then termed) was a felony. And it would take three trials for the simple truth to be heard. "The truth is rarely pure, and never simple."

Produced by Madison Theatre Guild at Bartell Theatre's Evjue Stage, 113 E. Mifflin St., Madison

Performances: November 7-22, 2014

Performance Times: Friday, Nov 7 - 7:30
Saturday, Nov 8 - 7:30
Thursday, Nov 13 - 7:30
Friday, Nov 14 - 7:30
Saturday, Nov 15 - 7:30
Sunday, Nov 16 - 2:00
Thursday, Nov 20 - 7:30
Friday, Nov 21 - 7:30
Saturday, Nov 22 - 7:30

Ticket Prices: $20

Call 608-661-9696 for reservations or more information.

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