The Emperor of Sydney

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The Emperor of Sydney is a play by Australian playwright Louis Nowra, the third part of the Boyce trilogy following The Woman with Dog's Eyes and The Marvellous Boy. The play is a single continuous scene set at night in the living room of Beauchamp, the Boyce family mansion, where the father is dying upstairs.

It was first performed at the SWB Stables on 16 August 2006 by the Griffin Theatre Company with the following cast:

The production:


Nowra, Louis, The Boyce trilogy, Sydney: Currency Press, 2007. ISBN 978-0-86819-798-2

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