If you don’t have a favorite line from Oscar Wilde’s magnum opus of glorious triviality, do yourself a favor—reread it like a guilty pleasure and pick one. (One of my front-runners: “Relations are simply a tedious pack of people who haven’t got the remotest knowledge of how to live, nor the smallest instinct about when to die.”) Then see this production, which is populated by some of Seattle’s favorite actors: Quinn Franzen and Connor Toms (they wield charm like a weapon), Hana Lass (always zippy and clever), and Charles Leggett (who magically brightens and deepens every play he’s in). (Center Theatre, Seattle Center Armory, seattleshakespeare.org, 7:30 pm, $30–$48, through April 13)

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