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BWW Press Release: RESIDENT ALIEN, AV TIM FOUNTAIN at Elsker Kulturscene Photo BWW Press Release: RESIDENT ALIEN, AV TIM FOUNTAIN at Elsker Kulturscene
by Christian Ranke - Oct 5, 2020

Forestillingen handler om Quentin Crisp (1908-1999) som dÞde bare en mÄned fÞr sin 91-dag. FÞr det hadde hans frittalende tanker, skriverier og alternative livsstil inspirert generasjoner. Da han vokste opp i London-forstaden Sutton, sminket han seg, brukte neglelakk og farget hÄret i en tid fÄ vÄget Ä skille seg ut og ble sjikanert av samfunnet. I en periode var han gutteprostituert og var i over 30 Är aktmodell. I Ärene 1940-81 bodde han pÄ hybel i London, deretter og livet ut i New York. Morten RudÄ spiller rollen som Quentin Crisp.

BWW REVIEW: The Truth Beneath Quentin Crisp's Constructed Image Is Laid Bare In RESIDENT ALIEN
by Jade Kops - Jul 15, 2016

A lesser known side of the enigmatic writer, actor and raconteur Quentin Crisp is exposed in Tim Fountain's RESIDENT ALIEN.

RESIDENT ALIEN to Play Seymour Centre
by Tyler Peterson - Jun 8, 2016

Direct from its' season at Melbourne's fortyfivedownstairs, the Seymour Centre is proud to present Paul Capsis as Quentin Crisp in Resident Alien, as part of The Reginald Season from 12-23rd July.

Soho Theatre Closes DANDY IN THE UNDERWORLD, 7/10
by BWW News Desk - Jul 10, 2010

With a childhood surrounded by alcoholism and petty cruelties, an adolescence of rebellion and punkish anarchy and an adulthood peppered with heroin addiction, voluntary crucifixion, failed suicide and a penchant for sex with prostitutes, Sebastian Horsley's life was always destined to become a work of art.

DANDY IN THE UNDERWORLD Continues Despite Horsley's Death
by Abigail Arnold - Jun 25, 2010

Despite the death last week of its subject, artist Sebastian Horsley, the one-man play DEATH IN THE UNDERWORLD will continue to run unaltered at London's Soho Theatre, the Guardian reports. The play, written by Tim Fountain and starring Milo Twomey as Horsley, is based on Horsley's memoir of the same title.

Soho Theatre Presents DANDY IN THE UNDERWORLD June 9-July 10
by BWW News Desk - Jun 9, 2010

With a childhood surrounded by alcoholism and petty cruelties, an adolescence of rebellion and punkish anarchy and an adulthood peppered with heroin addiction, voluntary crucifixion, failed suicide and a penchant for sex with prostitutes, Sebastian Horsley's life was always destined to become a work of art.

Soho Theatre Presents DANDY IN THE UNDERWORLD June 9-July 10
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jun 7, 2010

With a childhood surrounded by alcoholism and petty cruelties, an adolescence of rebellion and punkish anarchy and an adulthood peppered with heroin addiction, voluntary crucifixion, failed suicide and a penchant for sex with prostitutes, Sebastian Horsley's life was always destined to become a work of art.

Soho Theatre Presents DANDY IN THE UNDERWORLD June 9-July 10
by Gabrielle Sierra - Apr 22, 2010

With a childhood surrounded by alcoholism and petty cruelties, an adolescence of rebellion and punkish anarchy and an adulthood peppered with heroin addiction, voluntary crucifixion, failed suicide and a penchant for sex with prostitutes, Sebastian Horsley's life was always destined to become a work of art.

Bette Bourne Returns to the London Stage in Fountain's RESIDENT ALIENT
by Reynard Loki - Nov 17, 2008

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Quentin Crisp (immortalised on TV by John Hurt in 'The Naked Civil Servant'), Bette Bourne returns to the London stage with his acclaimed, multi award-winning performance in Tim Fountain's 'Resident Alien'. A 10-week season opens at the New End Theatre, Hampstead, on Wednesday 28 January and will run to Sunday April 5.

UK Roundup - Lord/Rings, Chris Carmack, Ave Q, Porgy/Bess
by Jake Brunger - Jul 5, 2006

Lord of the Rings plans to cast its spell on London, Chris Carmack and Rosamund Pike plan Summer and Smoke, Trevor Nunn trims Porgy and Bess and a roundup of Avenue Q reviews.

UK Roundup - $124 tickets, Brad Oscar, Alan Rickman
by Jake Brunger - Dec 6, 2004

Alan Rickman directs a play, tickets soar above Broadway prices and Brad Oscar gives us Max in London