The Boy, George
Patrick Livesey and Holden Street Theatres present
The Queen has died. The People have spoken. The Monarchy must end - and Prince George is SO not about it. He's 14, insta-famous and would literally rather die than leave the Palace. But a storm is brewing. Political unrest. A boy left alone for the very first time. Plots must be laid and this pampered-up pup isn't planning on going quietly.
The Boy, George is a queer unraveling. A tanty of Shakespearean proportions. A meltdown fit for a would-be King.
After a sell-out season at Melbourne Fringe, a nomination for Best Performance for Patrick Livesey, and winner of the NZ Tour Ready Award, Prince George is back to wreak havoc on all who dare threaten his reign.
Praise for The Boy, George
"Livesey has excellent stage presence" - Weekend Notes Melbourne
"Patrick Livesey's portrayal is marvellous...brilliantly fast paced witty romp, high recommended" - Australian Arts Review
"Livesey does a remarkable job in bringing this fictitious story of a living person to the stage" - My Melbourne Arts
Cast Bio - Patrick Livesey
Patrick Livesey is an actor, writer and graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, Company '17. Having grown up in Adelaide he has performed several shows for Adelaide Fringe inc 'The Breakfast Club' (2013) and 'Can't Be Tamed' (2017). During his actor training he played Yasha in The Cherry Orchard (dir. Melanie Beddie), Sid in Samson (dir. Trent Baker) and The Priest in Mother Courage and Her Children (dir. Chris Kohn). Since graduating Patrick has played the lead in short films No Time Within (dir. Liubov Korpusova) and High School Lovers (dir. Cielo Croci) and performed in AntigoneX (dir. Zachary Dunbar and Katy Maudlin) at Theatreworks. In 2028 Patrick wrote, produced and performed his first solo work, The Boy, George, as a part of Melbourne Fringe.
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The Boy, George
Duration: 60 mins
Dates: 5 Mar - 17 Mar
(excl. 8 Mar)
5-10 Mar: 7:30pm
12 - 17 Mar: 9pm
9-10 Mar; 17 Mar: 12pm
16 Mar: 4:30pm
Cheap Tuesday: $20.00
Companion Card holders welcome.
Venue: The Studio
HST are making every effort to make our performances accessible to all during the 2019 Adelaide Fringe. Accessible seating is available in The Studio.
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