Naked Will: The Portrait of W.H.

Opened Jan 23, 2004
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Were Shakespeare's Sonnets actually written for a young male muse named Willie Hughes? Naked Will: The Portrait of W.H. is a sexy and funny play which looks at the greatest poems ever written and supposes they were as Oscar Wilde had outlined in his short story The Portrait of Mr. W.H.. In this play, Oscar Wilde, William Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, The Dark Lady and a host of others try to unravel the riddle that are the sonnets - and who is the mysterious W.H. that they were indeed written for? Directed by Derek Charles Livingston.