Overview

Synopsis

BAFTA Award winner Miriam Margolyes stars in John Logan’s scintillating solo show – a titillating night of tinseltown tattle.
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Reviews

4.5

Likely to be the most enjoyable and entertaining night at the theatre you’ll have this year.

The Age
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Synopsis

BAFTA Award winner Miriam Margolyes stars in John Logan’s scintillating solo show – a titillating night of tinseltown tattle.

Welcome to the glamorous home of Hollywood agent Sue Mengers. It is 1981 and if an actor isn’t represented by Sue, you haven’t heard of them. She has the entire A-list on her books: Streisand, Hackman, Dunaway, Cher – to name just a few. And more names will be dropped, secrets divulged, and dirt dished as this wickedly brash and determined ball of chutzpah reveals how she went from non-English speaking Jewish migrant to a film industry powerbroker. It was a fabulous career … while it lasted.

When you meet Sue Mengers you’ll wonder why you’ve never heard of her. Afterwards you’ll wonder if you could ever forget her. A legendary Hollywood figure played by a legendary stage performer, I’ll Eat You Last is a theatrical delight not to be missed.

Original Broadway production produced by Graydon Carter, Arielle Tepper Madover, James L. Nederlander, The Shubert Organization, Terry Allen Kramer, Stephanie P. McClelland, Jeffrey Finn, Ruth Hendel, Larry Magid, Jon B. Platt, Scott & Brian Zeilinger.

Image: Jo Duck

Cast & Crew

Miriam Margolyes

Miriam Margolyes

Sue Mengers

Dean Bryant

Dean Bryant

Director

Owen Phillips

Owen Phillips

Set and Costume Designer

Ross Graham

Ross Graham

Lighting Designer

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Russell Goldsmith

Sound Designer

Leith McPherson

Leith McPherson

Voice and Dialect Coach

News & Reviews

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Reviews

4.5

Likely to be the most enjoyable and entertaining night at the theatre you’ll have this year.

The Age
4

Knock-the-wind-out-of-you funny, and a cracking night at the theatre.

Herald Sun
4

Margolyes delivers a tour de force performance. Go and see this show.

ArtsHub

An absolute cracker. [Margolyes] is utterly spellbinding.

The Australian

One of the finest performances you will see on a Melbourne stage this year.

Australian Stage

90 minutes of sublime entertainment

Stage Whispers

Venues

Attendance Information

  • Recommended for 15 years and older
  • This production contains strong coarse language, simulated drug use, smoking of herbal cigarettes and scandalous Hollywood gossip.
  • FM Hearing Systems are available for this production
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