A little while back I was fortunate enough to interview Aidan Fennessy about his musical What Rhymes With Cars and Girls based off the album of the same name from Tim Rogers. Aidan spoke with great enthusiasm about his cast and the album that inspired the musical. The next day I spoke to Benjamin Zeccola about the 2017 Italian Film Festival and both interviews were in the print edition of Scenestr for Brisbane which for an old fashion guy like myself was a big thrill.
You can find see how the print edition looked here http://scenestr.com.au/read/QLD/2017/1095-QLD/scenestr-QLD-1095.html#p=63 and read the online edition of the Aidan Fennessy interview here http://scenestr.com.au/arts/what-rhymes-with-cars-and-girls-from-an-album-to-a-stage-show
Produced by Eyeball Media Enterprises Scenestr. is an online national magazine with local offices around Australia. With over twenty years of publishing history they’ve excelled at moving into the digital realm but they remain at heart from the streets. They also publish magazines in print for Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane every month. The magazine is focussed mostly on music gigs, festivals, stand-up comics, fashion and interviews with local and international bands. If you’re into music they’re a great read but they do cover all of the arts.
4 thoughts on “INTERVIEW WITH ‘WHAT RYHMES WITH CARS AND GIRLS’ PLAYWRIGHT AIDAN FENNESSY AVAILABLE ON SCENESTR”
Never heard of this one, Lloyd, but I enjoyed reading your accomplished review.
Best wishes, Pete.
Indie band and musical only produced in Australia so far. I’ll let you know what I think when I see the show next week. Have you heard of The Go-Betweens? Something with them coming up shortly. As always thanks for the kind words Pete and taking the time to click on the link and read the article. Interviews for me anyway are more an exercise in editing than writing. They come ready to say what they want to say, you have to craft a handful of their answers into a narrative pick ones that fit that but will also draw the audience in.
I vaguely remember the Go-Betweens. A short-lived success in the UK.
Similar here, a little bigger but as well known as others.