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The Pride and the Prejudice of ‘Wuthering Heights': Oldcastle Books Pulps the Classics

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Maybe what Pulp! The Classics is really doing is returning these classic novels to their original context of popular culture and entertainment. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): ‘Dorian’s Descent’

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Oscar Wilde’s cautionary tale from 1890 is adapted for the musical stage in an overlong and repetitive production. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Secret Dublin: An Unusual Guide by Pól Ó Conghaile – Jonglez Publishing’

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A vacationing traveler could wander Dublin for months and not encounter half of the great resources in this guide Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Wilde Passions of Dorian Gray’ by Mitzi Szereto

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A sequel to Oscar Wilde's work takes a classic creation and distills away much of his complexity. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): ‘An Ideal Husband’ at the Sierra Madre Playhouse

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A first-rate production of Oscar Wilde's biting comedy, still relevant for contemporary audiences with its depiction of corruption and hypocrisy in high society. Read More »

Anthem Film Fest – Telling the Truth Could Get You Killed

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If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise, they'll kill you. -- Oscar Wilde Read More »

Book Review: Oscar Wilde and the Murders at Reading Goal by Gyles Brandreth

Oscar Wilde goes to prison and solves the murders at Reading Gaol. Read More »

Theatre Review (Singapore): The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

Wild Rice's all-male production is funny and alluring. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): The Picture of Dorian Gray

There's a reason Oscar Wilde wrote this story as a novel, not a play. Read More »

Interview: Glen Goei and Ivan Heng of Wild Rice’s The Importance of Being Earnest

The director and the actor go beyond their production and theatre to answer some pertinent questions about life, love and the government. Read More »