Oh Boy !
adapted in English
In 2010, Oh Boy! won a Young Audiences Molière Award
60 minutes with no intermission
Oh Boy!, the big success of the French stage for young audiences, has been seen by approximately 175,000 spectators over the course of six years. That’s 700 shows performed in Europe and North America.
Simeon: fourteen, awkward, a brainiac. Morgan: eight, also awkward, also a brainiac. Venice: five, adorable. Orphaned and alone in the world, they make a vow to never be separated. Enter Balthasar: 26, handsome, gay and the kids' older, immature half-brother they never knew they had. He's also their only hope for staying together.
But is Balthasar ready to give up his irresponsible party boy ways to become their guardian? Honest and heartrending, OH BOY!, based on the book by Marie Aude-Murail, is a one-man tour de force exploring what it means to be a family, and the importance of pulling together when faced with some of life's most devastating moments.
Adapted from a novel by Marie-Aude Murail
Adaptation – Catherine Verlaguet / Directed by – Olivier Letellier / Translated by Nicholas Elliott / Actor – Matthew Brown
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Both versions of the show are available to go on tour in 2018, 2019 and 2020.
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