The Picture of Dorian Gray
by Oscar Wilde
adapted for the stage by Christopher Johnson
Directed by Christopher Johnson
Music Direction by Anton Faynberg
July 16–26, 2015
Thursday–Saturday 7:30 P.M., Sunday
plus a Saturday 2:00 P.M. Matinee July 25
Sunday, July 26 is sold out
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The story of a man who never ages while his secret portrait grows grotesque,
told with Wilde’s wit and philosophical reflections.
Complete information on The Picture of Dorian Gray
Dylan Page, Matt Bowdren, Ryan Parker Knox, Evan Werner, Joseph McGrath and Dani Dryer
Dani Dryer and Dylan Page
Photos by Tim Fuller
ANNOUNCING OUR 2015–2016 SEASON
by William Shakespeare
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead
by Tom Stoppard
in rotating repertory
October 15–November 22, 2015
By the Bog of Cats
by Marina Carr, January 7–24, 2016
by August Strindberg
February 25–March 13, 2016
The Bridge of San Luis Rey
by Thornton Wilder, April 21–May 8, 2016
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Individual tickets for all productions of the 2015–2016 season will go on sale in August, 2015
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Our Tenth Season
Awake and Sing
One of Rogue’s finest productions ever!
The atmosphere created by the costumes, stage set and lighting
equal the impact of the actors in this exceptional production!
—Chuck Graham, Reviewer
Matt Bowdren as Ralph Berger
Complete information on Awake and Sing
Jerusalem reminds us of the primal forces of mystical places, the taming effects of civilization,
and most of all, of the ravages of time on our dreams.
—Dave Irwin, TucsonSentinel.com
Joseph McGrath as Johnny ‘Rooster’ Byron
Complete information on Jerusalem
Waiting for Godot
The actors, all, handled the nuances, silences, and cadences of Beckett’s language,
and embraced every aspect of their roles.
—Laura K., Audience Member
Joseph McGrath as Vladimir and Matt Bowdren as Estragon
Complete information on Waiting for Godot
The Lady in the Looking Glass
“Listening to Virginia Woolf’s words—spoken with feeling and subtlety and power—
is a rare, luscious experience. Woolf at The Rogue soars.”
—Kelly Hardesty, Audience Member
Complete information on The Lady in the Looking Glass
The Merchant of Venice
“Rogue finds the charm and liveliness in Shakespeare’s comedy.”
Photos by Tim Fuller
Complete information on The Merchant of Venice
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