‘I have to return some videotapes.’
It is possibly the most vapid excuse a protagonist has ever given in either a book or in film. And still, for Patrick Bateman it worked. What’s your excuse going to be to make sure you catch one of Sydney’s most thrilling musical theatre performances of the year?
After being named director of the year this year’s Sydney Theatre Awards, Alexander Berlage is back at the helm directing American Psycho, The Musical but this time it’s at The Sydney Opera House on a three-week run in June. (Featured image: Courtesy of The Sydney Opera House)
Step into Patrick Bateman’s office and let him take you on a crazed ride through the end of the 80s where money, privilege, cocaine and the high-life reign supreme and anyone who gets in his way is dealt with.
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Soundtracked by 80s hits from artists such as Huey Lewis and the News, Phil Collins and Tears for Fears, the darkly satirical comedy races into the deranged mind of the original psychopath killer.
To make the most of the event and add a bit of the glam life to your night, complete your booking with drinks. Then mill around the Sydney Opera House foyer, handing out business cards.
Tickets to the general public have gone on sale Friday, February 7 at 9am. Purchase them here.
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