The new musical based on The picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde will now stream from the 16th July until the 12th August.

Casting has been announced for the upcoming new musical adaptation Dorian A Rock Musical, which will be available to stream from July.

Directed and adapted by Linnie Reedman, the cast will be led by Bart Lambert (Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story) in the title role. He is set to be joined by John Addison (The Life,Southwark Playhouse; A Little Night Music, Garrick Theatre), Fia Houston-Hamilton (Mamma Mia!, UK Tour; Wolf of Wall Street, Immersive London), Robert Grose (Kinky Boots, Adelphi Theatre; EastEnders, BBC), Lewis Rae (A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Regents Park Open Air Theatre; Mame, Hope Mill Theatre), Johanna Stanton (The Rocky Horror Show, No. 1 UK Tour;
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Apollo Theatre), Sophie Jugé (Coppelia, Birmingham Royal Ballet; Good Omens, BBC) and Tristan Pegg (The Merry Wives of Windsor, RSC; The Shape of the Impossible, National Theatre). Due to availability, previously announced cast member Keith Ramsay will no longer be involved
in the production. Their role has been replaced by the newly announced cast.

A rock star, trapped in eternal adolescence, wants to change the course of his life and discover
love. But, can you find love if you’ve sold your soul to the Devil? Whilst sitting for the eccentric
society painter, Basil Hallward, Dorian is discovered by the influential Lord Henry and is soon
under the spell of this dangerous, charismatic music impresario. Dorian, the secret child of love
and death, is suddenly thrust into a confusing world where love dare not speak its name.

The musical (filmed and streamed at Cadogan Hall) features music and lyrics by Joe Evans, with the creative team including: lighting by Jai Morjaria, costume design by Belle Mundi, movement direction by Anthony Whiteman and assistant movement direction by Penelope Simons.

Talking about being part of the production, Bart Lambert said: “I’m so excited to be part of this project, it’s always a pleasure to shed a new light on a classic story, and the evocative world of Dorian Gray is the most pleasurable of
them all. After the year we’ve had I think we can all do with a bit of Rock and Roll right now!”

Dorian A Rock Musical will be streamed from the 16th July until the 12th August. Tickets can be purchased by visiting: https://www.stream.theatre/season/127