Saturday, June 22nd, 7-10pm

One night only! The New Deal Creative Arts Center presents their production of GROSS INDECENCY: THE THREE TRIALS OF OSCAR WILDE at the Center! Directed by Teresa Gasparini. Fifty percent of the proceeds will go towards the Center.

Suggested donation for general admission: $10
Further discounts available. More information coming soon!

ASL interpretation provided.

GROSS INDECENCY uses trial transcripts, personal correspondence, interviews and other source materials to tell the story of the downfall of the great man of letters whose artistic genius has long been overshadowed by the scandal surrounding his imprisonment.

About the New Deal Creative Arts Center:
The New Deal Creative Arts Center is a non profit organization located in Hyde Park, NY. NDCA is a creative outlet exploring and celebrating all forms of art (fine, performing, visual, literary, etc) through workshops, classes, special events, and performances. NDCA’s main focus is accessibility and opportunity for artists and audiences of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.

Praise for GROSS INDECENCY:

“His style was his umbrella, his armor, his all-purpose defense system, and for many years it seemed to shelter Oscar Wilde most effectively. There came a moment, however, in 1895 when the playwright was betrayed by his own wit, after which he would never again be able to gain control of his life. In the absolutely gripping GROSS INDECENCY: THE THREE TRIALS OF OSCAR WILDE, written and directed with a scintillating style of its own by Moisés Kaufman, that moment is identified with such startling precision and clarity that it feels like the inexorable moment of reversal in a classic tragedy.” —NY Times.

“A triumph…truth, purity, and simplicity suffuse [this] thoroughly engrossing new play…sweeps away cobwebs and distortions, allowing complex, credible human beings to emerge from history.” —Washington Post.

“A dazzling coup de theatre, at once compelling history and chilling human drama.” —Time Magazine.

“Stunning…taut, shattering, yet delightfully exuberant…altogether fascinating.” —NY Newsday.

Presented by special arrangement with the Dramatists Play Service, Inc. New York.