“I’m six years old, about to watch Hello Dolly starring Barbra Streisand for the first time, and I’m terrified.”
In 1993 suburban Australia a young boy’s life is changed forever when he discovers the passionate romance of Hollywood musicals. So begins a decades-long, round-the-world quest to find his own kind of romance.
Sam Harrison (Avenue Q, Les Misérables) is the boy and David Seadon-Young (Ghost, An American in Paris) is the love of his life in this joyful, tender and honest celebration of young love.
Praise for previous work:
“Harrison sings with such honesty and conviction that you can’t help but want to hear more of him.” Official Theatre
“A mesmeric realisation by David Seadon-Young gave a measure of three-dimensionality that added considerable stature to the whole enterprise” Oklahoma, The Proms. The Guardian
"Morell’s clarity, imaginative use of space and quick improvisations with the cast turned Eastward Ho! into another triumph.” Sam Wanamaker. Fringe Theatre review
"Poignant and hilarious, The Song of Lunch is a superbly crafted drama of a disastrous date, directed by Jason Morell.” Love , Loss and Chianti, Minerva Theatre, Chichester. Whats on Stage
Presented as a work in progress as part of the Other Palace Pride Festival.
Times & Prices
Sun 8 Jul, 1 pm
Studio Floor £15
Studio Gallery £20
Studio Upper Gallery £15
Studio Standing £10
*All prices are subject to availability, may only be available on certain performances and are subject to change without prior notice.