Though his outward appearance remains unchanged, the portrait does change showing him growing ugly and more demon-like as his soul becomes more and more lost. Essentially an author of strong morals, Wilde’s writing often takes a searing look at English intelligentsia. But the ironic edge to his writing also lends itself to dark comic moments.
Jack Shakey and Dave Reiser wrote the music and lyrics for this musical adaptation of Wilde’s novel. Rodney Sheriff directs this production with musical direction by pianist Jim Anderson.
As always the Belrose is a one-stop night out providing dinner and theatre under one quaint roof. Candlelit tables, stained glass windows and waiters and waitresses who serve both dinner and entertainment provide a unique atmosphere and there is plenty of on street parking.
For tickets or more information call (415) 454-6422 or visit www.thebelrose.com.
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