Based in Naarm/Melbourne.

I acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which I meet, gather, and work, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people. I pay my respects to Elders past, present, and emerging.

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

Mitchell Butel, Artistic Director of State Theatre Company of South Australia

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Trades Hall, Melbourne
15 October - 23 October, 2022

“Astonishing, raw and gut-wrenching… A triumph” 

★★★★★ - The Advertiser

In 2015, Patrick’s mum took her own life. How did this happen?

Portraying eight characters from Naomi’s life, Patrick uses their words – drawn from over thirty hours of interviews – to try and answer this question.

Directed by Bronwen Coleman (The Actors Studio), Naomi dives beneath the surface of suburban facades to uncover a community left in anguish. With love, humour and unwavering honesty, it attempts to solve the unsolvable and offers audiences a rare insight into unspeakable tragedy.

With original music composed by Biddy Connor (Chamber Made), Naomi is raw and courageous storytelling and a must-see show this Melbourne Fringe.


cavemxn by Angus Cameron

Chapel Off Chapel, Melbourne

24 November - 4 December

Mike, Tim, Chris and Oscar are friends. Sort of. They definitely know each other.

Over the span of five years and three continents, these four crash in and out of each others lives, hurtling through hook-ups, raves, saunas and airports. As the bonds between them are pulled into focus, each will have to confront within themselves the reality of who they are and what they want.

From the award-winning team behind DIRT and Naomi comes this explosive queer odyssey about life, love and intimacy in the digital age. Directed by Life Member of the Actors Studio NYC, Bronwen Coleman, and starring four of Australia’s most exciting young actors, cavemxn is better than the best hookup you’ve ever had. Most likely.

Existential crisis has never been so fun.


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