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Second Skin Theatre presents A Picture of Dorian Gray by Rob Johnston, an adaptation of the story by Oscar Wilde, at the White Rabbit Theatre, a fringe pub venue in Stoke Newington, north London, from 29 May to 23 June 2013.
Directed by Andy Mcquade, designed by Ana Ines Jabares, lighting by Anna Sbokou, sound by Luca Romagnoli. Cast includes Laura Pradelska (Dorian), George Collie (Baz), Eloise Black (Sybil), Toby Liszt (James).
London, 2005. Dorian Gray is a power-broker and banker, beautiful and loveless, given the inside information on the deal-of-deals, one to make him more powerful and more dangerous than ever. But his portrait tells the real story and it hangs for all to see as one by one those closest to him pay the price for his lust for power and immortality.