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Ended 30 Jun 2013 after 2 months

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A delectable souffle of a solo show!

Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

Closed 30 Jun 2013
I'll Eat You Last: A Chat with Sue Mengers is a new play by Tony Award winner John Logan. Singing and stage sensation Bette Midler is set to play the late legendary Hollywood agent Sue Mengers in this one-character play about Mengers' life and accomplishments.

Sue Mengers entered the USA as a refugee from Nazi Germany and lived up to the ideals of the American Dream until her passing in 2011 by becoming the first female "superagent" at a time when women were seldom found in that industry. Her feisty personality and tenacity served her well in Hollywood, helping her carve a hugely successful career and reputation as one of Hollywood's best talent agents.

This off-Broadway play boasts an impressive creative time, including Tony Award winner Scott Pask overseeing the set design and Academy Award winner Ann Roth as the costume designer.

"I met Sue Mengers only once, at a dinner party. The kaftan, constant cigarettes, tinted glasses, and perfect blond hair were much in evidence; so too the deliciously wicked wit and stevedore language." John Logan, Playwright

Additional Information


Previews from: 5 April 2013

Opening night: 24 April 2013

Closing night: 30 June 2013


Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.

Run time

90 minutes, with no intermission

Show times


And before you stop reading

Week of May 27: Tuesday @7pm, Friday and Saturday @8pm, Wednesday and Saturday @2pm, Sunday @3pm June 3 - June 30: Monday and Tuesday @7pm, Friday and Saturday @8pm, Wednesday and Saturday @2pm, Sunday @3pm Added performances: Sunday, May 12, and Sunday, June 2 @7:30pm

What You Say

2 reviews, average rating: (5.0 Stars)

Anonymous: “Oh It's Good”

A roller coaster with Sue and Bette behind the wheel, it's good all right, ... more

Annie S.: “Is There Anything Bette Can't Do?!”

A truly fabulous show! Bette is amazing. I cannot wait to come again!... more

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