Gross Indecency Has Canadian Premiere, June 25

News   Gross Indecency Has Canadian Premiere, June 25 Gross Indecency, Moises Kaufman's hit New York play about Oscar Wilde, is receiving its Canadian premiere this summer at Canadian Stage Company.

Gross Indecency, Moises Kaufman's hit New York play about Oscar Wilde, is receiving its Canadian premiere this summer at Canadian Stage Company.

The co-production with Leonard Soloway and TaurPro Entertainment showcases an all-Canadian cast, starring Paul Miller as Wilde and featuring Craig Erickson as Lord Alfred Douglas. Also in the cast are Graham Harley (as Queensberry), Peter Krantz, Richard Quesnel, Brendan Wall, Andrew Strachan, Mark Ellis and Chaz Thorne.

Miller is best known for his work at the Stratford Festival and Erickson, while having trained in States, has also worked at Stratford. And Harley has worked not only at Stratford, but has won a Dora Mavor Moore award as Best Actor for his performance in David Pownall's Master Class (not to be confused with Terrence McNally's play of the same title).

Gross Indecency began previews June 8 and opens June 25, with tickets on sale to September 5.

For tickets to Gross Indecency call: 416-872-1111. By Mira Friedlander
Canada Correspondent

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