Drama Victoria Award for Best Performance by a Theatre Company for Secondary Students

For our family treat this year MTC presents The Boy at the Edge of Everything, a funny and engaging play by award-winning Tasmanian writer Finegan Kruckemeyer, which has already had a major touring production in the US.

Simon Ives is a boy with a very busy schedule. Music lessons, sports practice, clubs, activities and homework – it’s full on! Meanwhile way out in space, another boy with nothing to do sits bored and lonely. Two kids living on opposite sides of the galaxy. It would be beyond incredible if they ever met, but one day, completely unscheduled, that’s exactly what happens. Containing a universe of sly observation and wry jokes, The Boy at the Edge of Everything is an extraterrestrial joyride for ages 8 and up.

Originally commissioned by Trusty Sidekick Theater Company, New York and Seattle Children’s Theater, Washington.

Cast & Crew

Felix Berger-O’Neil

Felix Berger-O’Neil


Matt Furlani

Matt Furlani

The Boy/Colin/Dad

Emily Goddard

Emily Goddard

Chloe/Ms. Chester/Mum

Sebastian Lamour

Sebastian Lamour

Simon Ives

Peter Houghton

Peter Houghton


Andrew Bailey

Andrew Bailey

Set and Costume Designer

David Franzke

J David Franzke

Sound designer

Lisa Mibus

Lisa Mibus

Lighting Designer

News & Reviews



A perfect recipe for school holiday fun.

The Age

AWGIE Award for Best Children’s Theatre

Australian Writers’ Guild 2015

It is impossible not to laugh out loud. This is one not to be missed.

Seattle's Child Magazine

Raises lots of deep questions which will be excellent discussion topics for the family dinner table.



School Bookings

School bookings are now open for the following performances of The Boy at the Edge of Everything in Term 4.

Monday 5 October: 1.30pm
Tuesday 6 October: 10.30am and 1.30pm
Wednesday 7 October: 10.30am and 1.30pm
Thursday 8 October: 10.30am and 1.30pm

This production is be supported by extensive Teachers’ Notes.

To book email Education Ticketing Officer on

Attendance Information

  • Recommended for ages 8+