The Fabulist Fox Sister – A Musical Lie

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  • Show Description
  • The online hit of 2020 is a lie, alive and in-person for the very first time.

    Come see Michael Conley’s ‘staggering performance’ (The Spy in the Stalls) in this ‘bewitchingly hilarious play’ (Younger Theatre) that’s a ‘superb entr’acte of history and comedy’ (The Reviews Hub) which the critics called ‘bloody brilliant’ (The Family Stage), ‘eccentric and beguiling’ (iNews), ‘brash and sardonic’ (The Stage) and ‘simply fabulous’ (QueerGuru).

    New York, 1892: Kate Fox, the woman who inadvertently invented séances is holding her last one. An audience gathers to watch as she conjures the ghosts of her two sisters to tell the story of their lives and the religion they accidentally began.

    Loosely inspired by the loosely true story of Kate Fox, The Fabulist Fox Sister is a silly, scathing and sardonic one-person musical inspired by our own era of approximate truth.

    The Spectator said that ‘Netflix should turn this into a series’ but a night at The Crazy Coqs sounds like a lot more fun.

    Directed by Adam Lenson, music by Luke Bateman and book and lyrics by Michael Conley, musical direction by Tamara Saringer and produced by ALP Musicals.


    ‘A monologue you don’t want to end.’ – From Page to Stage

    ‘Brash and sardonic’ – The Stage

    ‘Michael Conley is a delight to watch. I wish it had been longer.’ – London Theatre Reviews

    ‘A superb entr’acte of history and comedy’ – The Reviews Hub

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