Oscar Conlon-Morrey: Desert Island Sondheim
Oscar Conlon-Morrey's performance as Adolfo Pirelli at the 2017 finals of the Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year and Stiles+Drewe Prize wowed the judges to such an extent that Society patron Julia McKenzie insisted on awarding him an impromptu prize for best comedy performance. Digging into her own purse, Julia funded the prize herself, and since then Oscar has been rarely off the stage.
The Mountview graduate is soon to be taking on the role of Simeon/Baker in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (Kilworth House), and previous shows have included The Toxic Avenger (The Arts Theatre and Edinburgh Fringe), Just Another Love Story (Above The Arts) and Not A Day Goes By (The Tabard). He has also appeared twice at The Stephen Sondheim Society Presents... cabaret at the Phoenix Artist Club, and works extensively as a cabaret host, compère and stand-up comedian, hosting bilingual concerts and revues both in London and Limoges, France where he runs an Antiques shop.
His next foray on to the stage will be this weekend at the Sav