Genre: Drama

LOVE, ART, LUST, IDENTITY, MAN: all put on trial, history forever changed.

Composed entirely of court records, memoirs, and other first-hand accounts of the 1895 homosexuality trials of Oscar Wilde, 'GROSS INDECENCY' is a gripping piece of documentary theatre that examines the very origins of the gay identity, how it intersects with art, and how this relationship has affected social history and the search for identity instead of 'otherness' over the past century. This bold new staging seeks to find a connection between Wilde's story and the modern struggle to discover if 'man' and 'homosexual' are terms of mutual exclusivity, and if these societal structures will ever collapse.

Written by Moisès Kaufman.
Produced by The BASiC Theatre Project.
Directed by Zi Alikhan.

Featuring: Daniel Burns, Drew Feldman, Ben Fisher, Joshua Forcum, Michael Greehan, Anthony Jackson, Charlie Kolarich, Russell Peck, and Carl Michael Wilson.

Designed/Managed by: Mia Cook, Daniel Crowley, Joanna Emmott, Danielle Mahoney, Mariliza Parker, and Jason Sherwood.


Open:   07/25/12
Close:   07/28/12

07/25/12- 8:00:00
07/26/12- 8:00:00
07/27/12- 8:00:00
07/28/12- 2:00:00
07/28/12- 8:00:00
Theater:   Studio 501 @ CAP-21.
Address:   18 W. 18th Street, 5th Floor.
New York, NY 10011
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Cost:$12, $15
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