Editor's Note

PAAMCO’s Oxley As You’ve Never Seen Him Before

Jun 12 2014 | 7:22am ET by Deirdre Brennan

Yesterday, I had the distinct pleasure of seeing PAAMCO’s Stephen Oxley dressed in a powdered wig and flouncy shirt. While this outfit would be out of place at the asset management firm’s offices, Oxley’s outfit was perfect for the intimate setting of St. James Theatre in London.

Oxley, money management executive by day, thespian by night, is performing his one-man play – Tristram Shandy: Conception, Cock & Bull – from now through Saturday. Oxley, a classically trained Shakespearean actor, is absolutely riveting, witty, irreverent and at times at bit naughty in his portrayal of the 18th century fictional character.

If you are in London this week I highly recommend grabbing a few friends or colleagues and making an evening of it.


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