Audition announcement!

Creative License will be holding auditions for our upcoming production of THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY. 

Tuesday, September 13th & Wednesday September 14th @ 7pm
Albany Barn (56 Second St, Albany)

(Please come prepared with a short dramatic monologue)

We are looking to fill several roles for men and women between

the ages of 18-35 years old. 

Cast of Characters:
(please note: some of the following roles will be doubled)

HARRY WOTTON- big personality, a bit of a shyster/huckster

BASIL HALLWOOD- an artist, rumpled, nervous

ALAN CAMPBELL- one of the boys, a chemist

SIBYL VANE- an actress, spunky and beautiful

JAMES VANE- rough-and-tumble, a football player, prone to violence

VICTORIA FROST- Harry’ s better half, fabulous and withering


CHRISTINA- beautiful, possibly a nymphomaniac

ELLIE GARDNER- Young British woman Dorian meets on a train

FRITZ (OR ROLF)- a young German man Dorian meets in Berlin

MARIA BELLA- a young Italian woman Dorian murders in Florence

An American SENATOR Dorian indoctrinates into the Hellfire Club

THEODORE RUXPIN- an old friend of Victoria’s, American

KAREN OLIVER, a young American actress, the spitting image of Sibyl Vane

(*Please note that the role of Dorian has already been cast)


THE STORY: Oscar Wilde's Faustian tale of a young man who sells his soul for eternal youth is updated as a bold, stylish, and bloody contemporary thriller.  Preternaturally handsome Dorian Gray has his portrait painted by his college classmate, the on-the-rise artist Basil Hallwood. When their mutual friend Henry Wotton offers to include it in a show, Dorian makes a fateful wish—that his portrait should grow old instead of him—and strikes an unspeakable bargain with the devil. So begins Dorian's steady decline into a life of depravity, following a twisted path that will lead him towards sexual deviance, violence, and much, much worse. However, Dorian's vile acts are not reflected upon his own visage, but rather upon Basil's portrait, which seems to rot from within, every one of Dorian's sins warping it more and more. The portrait is Dorian's secret, and he will do anything to keep it hidden and safe—even kill, if he has to…