November 2–20, 2016
Studio Two, Riffe Center
In three short months the most celebrated playwright and wit of Victorian England, who brought us The Picture of Dorian Gray and The Importance of Being Earnest, plummeted from the darling of British society and the world into humiliation and ruin.
“The prismatic work stimulates insights about politics, history, art, sexuality and gender.” – Columbus Dispatch
“[CATCO’s Gross Indecency] will take your breath away.” – ColumbusUnderground.com
Informal Discussion – Sunday, November 20, at 4:30 pm | Free and open to all!
Join us in Studio Two after the final performance of Gross Indecency for a special interactive discussion about Wilde’s life, works, and legacy. Featuring individuals from The Ohio State University: Jill Galvan, Professor of English; Joey S. Kim, Ph.D. Candidate; and Douglas J. Whaley, Professor Emeritus of Law.