Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde

written by Moisés Kaufman, directed by Amy Rummenie

April 12 - May 4, 2013

Minneapolis Theatre Garage
711 W. Franklin Ave, Minneapolis MN 55405

At the height of his career, the Crown prosecuted Oscar Wilde for "gross indecency with male persons." Despite two hit shows on the West End, the courtroom denounced Wilde's art as immoral - forcing him to defend his works and life with characteristic wit and insight. Gross Indecency explores this true story with a text crafted from a wealth of eyewitness accounts.

CAST

PRODUCTION TEAM

Oscar Wilde
Craig Johnson director Amy Rummenie
Lord Alfred Douglas
Casey Hoekstra set Steve Kath
Carson, et al
Brian Columbus costumes E. Amy Hill
Atkins, Wright, et al
Grant Sorenson sound/music Thomas Speltz
Parker, Harris, et al
Bryan Porter lights Wm. P. Healey
Mavor, Taylor, et al
David Beukema props Emma M. Squire
Clarke, et al
Jim Pounds stage manager Sarah Holmberg
 Queensbury, et al
James Tucker dialect Lucinda Holshue
Shaw, Wood, et al
Alex Brightwell assistant director
Shalee Coleman
asst. stage manager
Nate Stanger
asl interpreter Claire Alexander
asl interpreter Jenn Welna
audio describer Laura Wiebers

 

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

April/May 2013

April 12
Opening
7:30pm
13
 
7:30pm
14
 
 
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PWYC
7:30pm
17
 
 
18
 
7:30pm
19
 
7:30pm
20
 
7:30pm
21
 
3:00pm
22
 
 
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25
 
7:30pm
26
ASL/AD
7:30pm
27
 
7:30pm
28
 
3:00pm
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May 1
 
7:30pm
2
 
7:30pm
3
 
7:30pm
4
 
7:30pm

 

Production Images (by Dan Norman)

 

Metropolitan Regional Arts Council logoThis activity was funded, in part, by an appropriation from the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the State's general fund.

Production History

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