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PURCHASE TICKETS TO THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY!

Ticket Prices: General Admission $30 | Seniors $25 | 18 & Under  $15

 

Friday, October 3rd: Reception at 6:30, Performance at 7:30 pm

 

Sunday, October 5th: Reception at 2:00, Performance at 3:00 pm

 

 The Nineteenth Century Club,

178 Forest Avenue, Oak Park

Michael McKeogh as Dorian Gray, Kevin Theis*, Jack Hickey*, Mary Michell*, Maddie Hickey, Jude Willis and Tony Dobrowolski* as Oscar Wilde. Charles Meyerson returns as our studio announcer and Alan Hommerding sets the mood as our organist.
 
*Member of Actor’s Equity Association – the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers
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Oak Park Festival Theatre is a professional theater company working under contract with Actors’ Equity Association, producing the works of William Shakespeare as they were meant to be staged – as thrilling, living, popular theater, al fresco in pastoral Austin Gardens to augment the imagery and poetry of the Bard’s English language. The Theatre has expanded offerings to include classics and other challenging productions – outdoors each summer in Austin Gardens and indoors during the spring and fall at the Madison Street Theater at 1010 W. Madison in Oak Park.


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