WHAT RHYMES WITH CAR AND GIRLS? REVIEW AVAILABLE ON SCENESTR

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Karen and I attended the Brisbane Powerhouse last night to watch the musical What Rhymes With Cars And Girls? When people think musicals they might imagine scores of extra and massive production values. This musical had two performers on stage backed up by a band of three musicians telling a love story in an intimately sized theatre. Based on the album of the same name by Tim Rodgers (You Am I), playwright Aidan Fennessy has written a story that sparkles with witty wordplay and telling insight. Never more powerful though than when it echoes the struggles and dreams only too familiar to audiences. I loved it, and the two performers Johhny Carr and Sophie Rose at the centre of telling it.

You can read more of my thoughts here http://scenestr.com.au/arts/what-rhymes-with-cars-and-girls-review-brisbane-powerhouse-20171026 and I was lucky enough to interview Aidan Fennessy earlier which you can read 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 still publish magazines in print for Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane every month. If you’re into music they’re a great read but they do cover all of the arts including festivals, stand-up comics, fashion, theatre and film. It is the last two where I’ve been fortunate enough to do some coverage of which I’m very grateful.

-Lloyd Marken

4 thoughts on “WHAT RHYMES WITH CAR AND GIRLS? REVIEW AVAILABLE ON SCENESTR

    1. Me too Cindy, 🙂 quite pleased with number of opportunities I have been afforded. The stage musical is a production of Melbourne Theatre Company and this tour is the first time they’re taking it to other cities. I doubt it will reach your shores but who knows? It’s really good. Would be interesting to do a similar thing with an American indie musician’s cult album. I’m glad you liked the review.

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