Lord Arthur Savile's Crime

You can have your Apatows and Rogens, but British playwright Oscar Wilde is still one of the largest names in comedy, whose humorous plays are still being performed the world over. His situational comedies are irreverent and witty for their time and have influenced much of modern theatre today. Long Beach City College presents Lord Arthur Savile's Crime, a play written by Constance Cox based on a short story by Wilde wherein the title character seeks to fulfill a dark prophecy predicted by a palm reader before he can marry the Lady Sybil Merton. As one can expect, complications (hilariously) arise, as our protagonist faces obstacle after obstacle. Filled with intrigue, mystery, and of course, a fresh perspective to Wilde's brand of 1890's wit, don't be a stuffy bore by not laughing to this bright and winsome ensemble cast.

May 21-23, 8 p.m.; Sun., May 24, 2 p.m., 2015

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