Luke Bateman, Michael Conley, Stefan Bednarczyk and Molly Lynch will star in the streaming premiere of The Sorrows Of Satan, a musical play by Luke Bateman and Michael Conley and directed by Adam Lenson.
Filmed in the ballroom at the beautiful Brocket Hall, one of England’s finest stately homes, this musical play reimagines the story of Faust at the heart of 1920s London, where the elite are financially and emotionally bankrupt and one man has a big decision to make…
Pretentiously avant-garde musical playwright Geoffrey Tempest has been kicked out of his accommodation with not a penny to his name. He has one chance to prove himself to the theatrical community: a rehearsed reading of his musical play, The Sorrows of Satan. When his patron, the prodigal Prince Lucio Rimânez, suggests some significant changes, Geoffrey must decide whether to hold on to his artistic integrity (for what it’s worth) or sell out for the promise of fame, money and the love of his leading lady.
The Sorrows of Satan, based on Marie Corelli’s 1895 controversial bestseller, is written by (and stars) Luke Bateman and Michael Conley (the team behind the recent Southwark Playhouse streaming hit, ‘The Fabulist Fox Sister’) and directed by Adam Lenson (‘The Rink’, ‘Public Domain’ and ‘The Fabulist Fox Sister’).
Joining the writers in the cast are Stefan Bednarczyk (‘Side By Side By Sondheim’ and ‘Merrily We Roll Along’) and Molly Lynch (Cathy in ‘The Last Five Years’ and Anne Brontë in ‘Wasted’, both at Southwark Playhouse).
The Sorrows Of Satan is streaming 5th – 8th May then on demand 9th – 31st May, tickets are on sale here.