Production shot of Angharad Rees and Michael Kitchen in The Picture of Dorian Gray at the Greenwich Theatre, London, 1975 (available as a greeting card at zazzle.com). More production shots can be viewed here.
The critics were not kind to this misguided adaptation of the famous novel, and unfortunately, MK was not spared. The review above is from Reuter, while the critic for The Spectator wrote:
The audience is at the disadvantage of not being shown the portrait in which the awful changes are occurring. Even more unfortunately, we are shown Dorian Gray himself, a golden-haired Adonis who is, quintessentially “a young man of extraordinary personal beauty … who looks as if he was made out of ivory and rose petals,” but who materialises in the person of Michael Kitchen, a no more than moderately well-graced lad with a dark and disconcerting Afro haircut. His entrance is preceded and accompanied by a delicate little peal of bells. Nothing spoils a tragedy so much as a sense of humour in a producer.