TheatreOCU presents "Gross Indecency: The 3 Trials of Oscar Wilde"
April 26th 2013 8:00pm - 10:00pm at OCU Kirkpatrick AuditoriumPresented by the Oklahoma City University School of Theatre (ThatreOCU) in the Homsey Family Moot Courtroom in the Sarkey's Law Center, "Gross Indecency" tells the story of the three trials in which Oscar Wilde was involved that ended up costing him his freedom, his reputation, and in essence - his life. Created by Moises Kaufman, the writer of "The Laramie Project." Presented as part of the month-long Wilde Festival this Spring.
Tickets are available through the Oklahoma City University Performing Arts Ticket Office at www.okcu.edu/ticketoffice or (405) 208-5227.
OCU Kirkpatrick Auditorium
NW 24th St & N Blackwelder Ave, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, OK 73106, USA
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