- Robbie Ross or the Man with One Idea
No one fought harder to restore Oscar Wilde’s legacy than his best friend Robbie Ross. His fiercest opponent was Bosie Douglas, Wilde’s Narcissus and lover, and who became his nemesis. R. Ross: “One brazen vibrating thought sparkled in the fetid courtroom air. I too was seized by the sweeping clarity of it; the sick and twisted soul of Oscar Wilde must be excised from the British body politic, like the virulent cancer that it is, or England will lose this Holy War and be destroyed.” “Robbie Ross” is like a Wilde biography written over much sherry and cigars, torn from the pages of Vanity Fair.
“The irony captured in Chaos’ script is breathtaking. … A witty, thoughtful, civilized play.” – MoMagazine, Nanaimo
One-Act: 1 hr., 30 min.