American Psycho — The Musical, Brisbane


See this writeup? It’s pale nimbus with raised lettering. The font? Something called Silian Rail. Now let’s see Paul Allen’s. No time — Huey Lewis and the News just came on. *dances around, throwing blood into the crowd*

The last few years have been so replete with wildly improbable events that it’s getting hard to find anything worth raising an eyebrow for. But the news that American Psycho, Bret Easton Ellis’ subversive and initially banned novel of bankers and blood rages in the 80s, has been adapted into a musical, has had us trying to wrestle our brows down from our hairlines for days now.

That’s right, Les Miserables and Ellis’ protagonist, Patrick Bateman, now have more in common than a passing interest in…

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