The fact that Oscar Wilde, the genius behind The Importance of Being Earnest and other oh-so-grown-up stage comedies, also wrote for children often comes as a surprise. That his fairy tales are enchanting and very, very funny is no surprise at all. Indeed, "Oscar Wilde" himself comes out to introduce his tale, The Selfish Giant, now at the Players Theatre. Told through dance, puppetry, music and skilled storytelling, The Selfish Giant is an intriguing fable about a greedy giant who learns that his most prized possessions are worthless unless they're shared. Come early for an interactive arts workshop before the show. There you can meet key members of the play's creative team and make an art project that will be used in the performance ... and then can be taken home as a special souvenir.