Fringe 2022: Naomi

Tue, 1 Mar 2022 to Sun, 20 Mar 2022
Patrick Livesey
In 2015, Patrick’s mum took her own life.

Even while dealing with the horrific shock and grief of the loss, Patrick was left with the overwhelming question: why?

How could this have happened? What were the signs missed? Who was to blame?

In this world premiere solo play from award-winning actor and writer Patrick Livesey and director Bronwen Coleman (DIRT), Livesey uses verbatim interviews as the basis for this gripping and, at times, heartbreaking new play about mental illness, suicide and love.

Thanks to Rosemary Walls and Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund for their support of this work. 

"One of the most highly talented young performers in Australia."

- Peter Goers OAM 

"Livesey is the real deal. A strong, smart, present and dynamic performer."

- Mitchell Butel, Artistic Director of STCSA
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Foyer opens half-hour prior to show time; seating opens 10 minutes prior to show time.

Duration 60 minutes

Content Warnings
Age Suitability: PG Parental Guidance Recommended for under 15 years
Mental Health
Suicide/Self Harm

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