Sarah Snook-led 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' plans 2025 Broadway run

The Succession star won an Olivier Award in London's West End for starring in the one-person stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde's classic novel.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

Following an award-winning run in London's West End, Succession's Sarah Snook will reportedly take her one-woman production of The Picture of Dorian Gray to Broadway in 2025.

Deadline exclusively reported the news on May 10. According to the report, Snook has officially signed on for a Broadway transfer of the show, but details including a venue and run dates have yet to be finalized.

Snook played her final London performance in The Picture of Dorian Gray on May 12. In April, she won the 2024 Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Play for her work, shortly after winning Emmy, Golden Globe, Critics Choice, and Screen Actors Guild Awards for her performance as Siobhan "Shiv" Roy in the hit HBO series Succession.

London Theatre's five-star review of Snook in Dorian Gray reads, "This form-bending, innovative feat of a production and performance will have your jaw on the floor... Everything is an illusion, except for Snook who is giving one of the bravest and most unabashed performances I’ve ever seen onstage."

In The Picture of Dorian Gray, directed and adapted by Kip Williams from Oscar Wilde's novel, Snook plays all 26 roles. The story follows a man who sells his soul to stay young and beautiful forever while a portrait of him ages and displays all his flaws, physical and moral.

Williams's adaptation premiered in Sydney in 2020, starring Jean Norvill, before the show transferred to London.

Photo credit: Sarah Snook in The Picture of Dorian Gray. (Photo by Marc Brenner)

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