Kings Head Theatre, London, March 2016
Young theatre director Lewis is staging a production of Mozart’s comic opera Così fan tutte. The catch? The cast are patients from a mental institution, none of whom can speak Italian… or sing. Can this unlikely cohort, including an obsessive-compulsive, a manic depressive and a junkie, pull it off? Or will a patient with a penchant for pyromania spoil all the fun? Read more here.
“Harrison’s Cosi is a sheer delight. It makes the case for Australian writing to be better represented on London stages as well as showcasing the abilities of a group of skilful actors who should be employed more regularly on London stages. And it does that while being truly hilarious and achingly honest.” – LiveTheatreUK
Other Recent Productions
James Galea’s Best Trick Ever
Sydney Opera House, Jan-Feb 2021
The One Day of the Year – ANZAC Day Reading
via the Australian High Commission, London, April 2020