Devised by Peter Mountford and Jeanette Cronin
Produced by G.bod Theatre
September 24th – October 5th 2024
“The Queen has no hour for love”
Bette Davis was one of the most iconic and gifted film actors of the 20th Century.
This one-woman show retraces the remarkable steps of a true movie legend: from fledgling stage actress to an unrivalled glittering Hollywood career and her infamous battle against the Studios in an unprecedented attempt to gain independence as an artist.
In an intimate cabaret style, Queen Bette follows her incredible life and references many of her most famous screen roles – in particular her fascination with Queen Elizabeth I (whom she played twice in two different movies). Davis fought hard all her life, had four husbands, two Oscars and a reputation as the biggest bitch in Hollywood.
Queen Bette tells the whole story.
Jeanette Cronin (Holding the Man, The Boys, Parramatta Girls, Dark Voyager) returns to the role she was born to play.
Queen Bette (Davis) played by Jeanette Cronin
Produced By: G.bod Theatre
Director: Peter Mountford
TUES – FRI 8:00pm
SAT 2:00pm & 8:00pm
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