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Staged Reading: Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime at the Washington Stage Guild

Posted on Oct 25, 2016 by in Performances |

As the final installment of the Washington Stage Guild‘s 30th anniversary reading series – 4 readings of plays produced at the various venues the theatre has inhabited over the decades – we’ll read Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime.  It’s a fun and silly adventure adapted by Bill Largess from the novel by Oscar Wilde.

I play three different roles, with three different dialects, and once upon a time (2010) I wore three different wigs … sadly I doubt we’ll have wigs this week!  But in any case it’s your chance to see me as a mysterious revolutionary young Russian man, one of my favorite roles ever.  All but one of the original cast members are back for this reading.

Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime
Adapted from Oscar Wilde and directed by Bill Largess; with Laura Giannarelli, Lynn Steinmetz, Vincent Clark, R. Scott Williams, David Bryan Jackson, Tricia McCauley, and Greg Jones.

Sunday October 30, 2:30 pm
The Washington Stage Guild, at the Undercroft Theatre of the Mount Vernon United Methodist Church
900 Massachusetts Avenue NW, WDC

Admission is pay-what-you-can, no reservations required.