by Quentin Crisp and Tim Fountain

Resident Alien a one-man show based on the life and writings of Quentin Crisp, starring the legendary Bette Bourne and directed by Mike Bradwell, and composed by Quentin Crisp and Tim Fountain.

The show opened at London's Bush Theatre on November 10, 1999. It played a limited run at the New York Theatre Workshop during January and February 2001.

The production has won two OBIE awards and a Herald Angel at the Edinburgh Festival. It has also been broadcast on BBC Radio 3.

Read eulogies by Bourne and Fountain at Quentin Crisp 1908-1999, the memorial tribute booklet from An Evening for Quentin Crisp.

Regarding Tim Fountain's remarks
"on the significant death of Quentin Crisp"

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