Category: Performing Art

Performing Art

RAW: Cabaret Fringe – A Modest Exhibit By Charles Sanders – 4.5K

If you are into the Cabaret Fringe this is one show that will surpass all others. A star in the making and this show is by no means a modest exhibit of an extraordinary talent. 4.5K

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Josie In The Bathhouse – 2.5K

Men in towels. There really are worse sights to see on a freezing Adelaide winter Friday night. 2.5K

RAW: Cabaret Fringe – A Night of Dangerous Liasons, The Prom – 4K

A celebration of powerful femininity. 4K

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Freeway – The Chet Baker Journey – 4K

This is top flight cabaret, not without risk to present a tribute in such a mirrored way for both Draxl and McNelis but both succeed admirably.

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Simon Burke – Festival Centre Stage – 4K

Burke’s voice is full and rich, showing why he has got to the level he has in musical theatre. His choice of material is a good mixture of fun and sincerity. 4K

RAW: Cabaret Fringe – Comedy Hypnosis – Higher Ground – 3K

A unique and amusing experience for the audience too, this is an evening out well worth the admission price. 3K

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Chita Rivera’s My Broadway

Ms Rivera exudes a vibrancy and happiness while performing which it is absolutely impossible not to enjoy. Dressed simply but elegantly in a flattering red dress with matching, sparkly shoes, Chita lit up the stage as she shimmied, kicked and spun her way through her set. 4K

RAW: The Wyrd Sisters – Bakehouse – Til 25th June – 3.5K

For a nice take on the rotten world we live in, with all our cunning vanities and other assorted failings, Wyrd Sisters makes for an enjoyable evening by a fine and (mostly) young cast. 3.5K

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Lisa Hunt

You’re not going to get anything new in Lisa Hunt’s show but what you’re going to get is a voice that can bring the house down, and for the majority of the show it sure does.

RAW: Cabaret Festival – Olivia Newton John – 4K

Banner act for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Olivia Newton John, produced everything Festival organisers and her fans desired – a packed Festival Theatre audience that was unafraid to give her rousing standing ovations. 4K