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Welcome Kate Ceberano Well here we are! At the end of my three year tenure as Artistic Director and may I first say “THANK YOU”! Thank you to all our many artists that we have featured over these last few years. Thank you for your talent, your grace, and courage. Watching you I feel I have evolved as an artist myself. Thank you to Adelaide audiences for being so willing to be involved. Your love of this festival is what keeps us up at night. Finding new ways to entertain you, listening to you and hearing your feedback continues to keep this festival yours! So small in its beginning, now one of the most renowned in the world. That’s no shabby effort and you did it. As a winter festival the Adelaide Festival Centre wraps its arms around its patrons against the cold and throbs with the collective force of talent and good humor. Not only the artists, but the production and administration staff all work together to create this warm and inviting hearth of music and art. I have loved every minute of my time here in Adelaide as you will love every minute of this year’s program. See many shows, hear all the stories, enjoy the uniqueness of this “treasure of a festival”.

Artistic Director, Adelaide Cabaret Festival

Douglas Gautier I am pleased to welcome you to the Adelaide Festival Centre’s 14th Adelaide Cabaret Festival program. From 6 June, across 16 days and nights I invite you to come and enjoy over 470 artists in over 170 performances! Kate Ceberano has again brought together another remarkable mix of artists to entertain you. There is truly something for everyone this year, from the very young to the young at heart, from traditional cabaret to innovative contemporary work and everything in between. We welcome Anthony Warlow, ‘Australia’s first man of music theatre’, back to Adelaide for the first time in almost a decade accompanied by his co-star from the Broadway production of Annie, Faith Prince. US star Kathy Najimy will be presenting the world premiere of her show Lift Up Your Skirt before taking it to New York. Previous Adelaide Cabaret Festival Artistic Director David Campbell will be presenting an intimate collection of songs with John Bucchino; and young people will be entertained with Still Awake Still and Ali McGregor’s Jazzamatazz! We continue our successful Adelaide Cabaret Festival Roadshow, this year travelling to Mt Gambier as well as Port Pirie to ensure our regional audiences don’t miss out on the fun. 2014 marks Kate’s final year as Artistic Director. She has done an outstanding job. She has brought us a unique vision and passionate leadership, as well as being an active champion for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival – performing, attending and promoting the festival on the world stage. We sincerely thank her for being a part of it. In 2015 we hand over the artistic reins to an Australian legend – Mr Barry Humphries. Lastly, I need to thank our loyal cabaret audiences who continue to fill our venues year after year; Frank Ford who has been integral to the Festival from its inception, our sponsors who enable us to put on this high quality event; and the staff and volunteers that make it all possible.

CEO and Artistic Director, Adelaide Festival Centre

Adelaide Festival Centre acknowledges that Indigenous Australians are the first people of this land. We pay our respect to all Indigenous people, past and present, and recognise their continuing spiritual, physical and cultural connection to the land.

Frank Ford AM Nothing is more fun and invigorating than the cabaret experience. Cabaret uses all forms of popular entertainment as a vehicle for artists to express their opinions and attitudes about life. It is live theatre at its best. The cabaret artist seeks a personal engagement with the audience, encouraging us to reflect on the wonders of the world and the antics of human behaviour. The Adelaide Cabaret Festival attracts truly outstanding artists from around the nation and the globe. Come and join them in the joyous celebrations of the best and biggest cabaret festival in the world. I thank my Fellow Festival Advocacy Committee members Amanda Blair, Jane Doyle, Zannie Flanagan, Matt Gilbertson, Martin Haese, Denise Jones, Paul Kitching, Damien Kitto and Amanda Pepe.

Chair, Adelaide Cabaret Festival Advocacy Committee

Contents 32 Adelaide Cabaret Festival Roadshow 10 Ali McGregor’s Jazzamatazz! 33 Alison Coppe – New Coat of Paint: The Songs of Tom Waits 17 Amity Dry – The Block to Broadway... and Beyond 43 Ann Hampton Callaway & Liz Callaway – Sibling Revelry 7 Anthony Warlow & Faith Prince – Direct From Broadway 42 Archie Roach – Creation 49 Backstage Club 22 Beccy Cole & Libby O’Donovan – The Cowgirl and the Showgirl 34 Ben Rimalower – Patti Issues 20 Blake Bowden & Phil Scott – Mario 38 Brian d’Arcy James – Under the Influence 17 Carla Lippis – Brenta’s Bad Thing 19 Caroline Nin – Songs and Stories of the Paris Lido 24 Catherine Alcorn – Nothing But a Song 48 Class of Cabaret 2014 48 Class of Cabaret Graduates 36 Cecilia Low – They Say She’s Different 23 Colin Hay – Waiting for my Real Life... 47 Dan Finnerty & The Dan Band 37 Darlene Love 6 David Bromley Exhibition 21 David Campbell sings John Bucchino 36 Elise MCann – Everybody Loves Lucy 41 Hail to the King 46 Into Oblivion – The Timeless Music of Astor Piazzolla 40 Johanna Allen – The Songs that Got Away: The Music of Harold Arlen 27 Kate Fuller – Annie’s Room 39 Kathy Najimy – Lift Up Your Skirt 18 Kim Smith – Nova Noir 33 Kim Spargo – King of Flack 5 Little Bird – Paul Capsis 16 Lizzie Moore – On A Night Like This 40 Mark Nadler – Runnin’ Wild: Songs & Scandals of the Roaring 20s 15 Melanie – People in the Front Row 14 Melody Beck – Unseen: A Tribute to Marni Nixon 27 Michael Dalley – Rituals of Art and Hatred 10 Nelson Aspen 13 Perfect Tripod – Australian Songs 49 Peter Goers & Roger Shepard 28 Picture Perfect 12 Rachael Beck – This Girl 8 Rhonda Burchmore – Vinyl Viagra 11 Robert Davi – Davi sings Sinatra 46 Robyn Loau – No Ordinary Girlfriend 38 Rod Davies – Rocket Man 24 Ruth Rogers-Wright – Nina Simone: Black Diva Power 50 Scott Evan Davis Workshop 18 Shay Stafford – Memoirs of a Showgirl 28 Still Awake Still! 16 Sven Ratzke – Diva Diva’s 9 Swing on This 20 The Baker Suite – Second Nature: A Collaboration of Poetry and Music 14 The Boswell Project 25 The Factory 34 The Kermond 3 Gen Variety Show 45 The New Score 22 Tim Campbell – High School Disco 23 Tim Freedman – Freedman does Nilsson 35 The King’s Singers – Great American Songbook 44 Vandemonian Lags 3 Variety Gala Performance 26 Yana Alana & The Paranas – Between the Cracks 26 Yon and His Sexy Prism of Thoughts

Variety Gala Performance Cabaret’s night of nights!

JOIN THE OPENING NIGHT PARTY Kate Ceberano in her final year as Artistic Director hosts a stunning showcase of this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival. Featuring international and local cabaret stars and backed by the impeccable Adelaide Art Orchestra this is guaranteed to be a night to remember. Director: Andy Packer Musical Director: Matthew Carey

ONE

SHOW ONLY OPENING NIGHT

6 June FESTIVAL THEATRE Friday 6 June, 7.30pm Adult 84.90 Concession 79.90

Premium 109.90 Adult A Res 89.90 Conc A Res 84.90 Adult B Res 79.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 30mins

Conc B Res 74.90 Adult C Res 69.90 Conc C Res 64.90 GreenRoom 39.95

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Choose from a diverse range of catering options before, between and after every performance THE WINTER GARDEN FESTIVAL THEATRE TERRACE

A place to meet and refuel between shows, The Wintergarden is home to a variety of pop-up style eateries serving a range of cuisines in a lively atmosphere. A LITTLE ITALY PIANO BAR

Enjoy a Trattoria style casual dining experience in the Piano Bar between 6pm – 8pm. Purchase a two course meal with your choice of pasta, garlic bread and house made Cassata dessert for just $25.

PLATTERS THEATRE FOYER BARS

GRANT BURGE WINE BAR

Prefer to share? Antipasto Platters, Vegetarian Platters and Cheese Platters to share will be available at all bars located in the theatre foyers.

Created especially for the Festival, the Grant Burge Wine Bar is the perfect place to meet before and after shows. And remember ‘Life is a Cabernet’.

SPACE THEATRE FOYER

BISTRO BY THE FOOD BUSINESS Located next to the footbridge with stunning views over the River Torrens, the Bistro by the Food Business has recently reopened with a fresh new vibe. Open til late for dinner, cocktails or an appetizer. Book now on +61 8 8216 8744.

FOYER CAFÉ LOCATED NEXT TO THE BOX OFFICE IN THE FESTIVAL THEATRE FOYER

The licenced Foyer Café offers convenient, fresh, casual meals, coffee and light refreshments. Open business hours, Monday to Friday and show times.

MOËT CHAMPAGNE BAR

ELDER PARK CAFÉ

BROMLEY GALLERY

ELDER PARK

[LOCATED IN LYRICS]

Over the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, the world’s most loved Champagne, Moët & Chandon, yet again plays host to a stylish bar installation serving flutes of Moët and perhaps, the opportunity to rub shoulders with the artists and performers.

Located on the banks of the River Torrens, the Elder Park Cafe is a great place to enjoy a seasonal menu either alfresco or indoors. Fair Trade coffee and local wine and beer also available.

Share an unforgettable experience

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The 2014 Adelaide Cabaret Festival offers diverse and exhilarating world-class entertainment over 16 unforgettable evenings. Whether you are a company seeking to host clients or colleagues, or a group of friends looking for an extraordinary night out, we can cater for a wide range of events including:

• • • • • •

Corporate hospitality Specifically tailored events Large scale VIP events Sit down dinners Birthdays and celebrations Corporate Boxes

For further information please contact JEMMA STEAD on +61 8 8216 8965 or email corporate.entertainment@ adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au

State Theatre Company in association with Adelaide Festival Centre presents

Paul Capsis By Nicki Bloom

Songs and music by Cameron Goodall and Quentin Grant

Brothers Grimm meet Ziggy Stardust A unique and rich theatrical experience, Little Bird is a one man musical drama written especially for the talents of the incomparable king of cabaret, Paul Capsis. Little Bird follows the journey of a young boy, Wren, from his parents’ isolated cottage to the lights of the big city. Along the way a series of startling transformations occur, blurring the lines of identity and gender as Wren searches for self, love and a place to belong. Written by multi-award winning playwright Nicki Bloom (Tender, Land and Sea) and composers Cameron Goodall and Quentin Grant (2013 Cabaret Festival hit You Me and The Bloody Sea), Little Bird draws upon fairytale, dream and song to create a compelling musical journey. Director: Geordie Brookman Set and Lighting Designer: Geoff Cobham Video Designer: Chris Petridis Costume Designer: Ailsa Paterson Musical Director: Quentin Grant Dramaturg: Julian Meyrick Sound Designer: Jane Rossetto

“Whether swooning with soul, or belting it out like a bruise, Capsis’ turbo-powered voice makes each tune his own.” Sunday Telegraph

SPECIAL EVENT

6 > 22 June HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE

Previews: Fri 6 & Sat 7 June, 8pm • Mon 9 June, 6.30pm Season: Tue 10, Fri 13, Thu 19, Fri 20, Sat 21 June, 8pm • Sun 22 June, 3pm • Wed 11 & Tue 17 June, 6.30pm • Sat 14 June, 2pm & 8pm • Wed 18 June, 11am & 6.30pm

Preview Adult 50.00 Concession 43.00 Matinee Adult 54.00 Concession 49.00 Evenings Adult 60.00 Concession 51.00 GreenRoom 30.00

Preview Adult 56.00 Concession 46.00 Matinee Adult 60.00 Concession 55.00 Evenings Adult 67.00 Concession 57.00 WARNING: Contains adult themes

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

WORLD PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA This project has been supported by Arts SA’s New Commissions and Exhibitions Fund

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Beginning his career in Adelaide, the now Melbourne based artist is one of the most successful and innovative painters currently working in Australia. In his art Bromley has managed to combine a distinctive Pop sensibility – a love of found images, photographic sources and mass media references – with an inventive relish for the effects of paint. His work divides into two distinct but related strands: images of childhood (adapted from the world of 1950s book illustrations) and images of the female nude. Bromley is also increasingly in demand as a portraitist. He has been a finalist six times in the Archibald Prize and the painter of some famous visages, including filmmaker Scott Hicks, actors Hugo Weaving and Jack Thompson, Kylie Minogue, Lily Allen and more recently Miranda Kerr. Displaying an extraordinary artistic energy he has experimented with a wide variety of different media – printmaking, ceramic, sculpture and, more recently, film furniture, fashion and interiors. As Adelaide Cabaret Festival Designer Bromley is responsible for the look and feel of this year’s Festival and you’ll see his influence in everything from the brochure to the foyers, gallery spaces and venue theming. In this exhibition, especially curated for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, you will see original artwork by David Bromley, as well as work from Datsun Tran and Stewart MacFarlane and a surprise guest or two.

FREE

6 > 21 June BROMLEY GALLERY

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11am – 5pm

(Located in Lyrics)

Adelaide Festival Centre, John Frost and Phil Bathols present

Anthony Warlow and Faith Prince Accompanied by a magnificent 30 piece orchestra this unique concert features music from some of musical theatre’s greatest productions, including My Fair Lady, Annie, Fiddler on the Roof, Sweeney Todd, Guys and Dolls and Man of La Mancha.

For the first time in almost a decade Australian musical theatre super star, Anthony Warlow, returns to the Festival Theatre stage with TonyAward winner Faith Prince, his Broadway co-star from the critically acclaimed US production of Annie.

Warlow’s ‘exquisite falsetto’ voice will seamlessly combine with the compelling tones of Prince’s voice described by the New York Times as ‘one-in-a-million’. Direct From Broadway will be a truly unforgettable evening of music with two of musical theatre’s brightest international stars.

An unforgettable evening with two of musical theatre’s brightest stars

ONE

SHOW ONLY

10 June FESTIVAL THEATRE Tuesday 10 June, 7.30pm

Adult A Res

OPENING WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

119.00

VIP Platinum Experience 450.00 Platinum 295.00 Premium 179.00

AUSTRALIA / USA

A Reserve B Reserve

129.00 99.00

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 2hrs (includes interval)

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Rhonda Burchmore VINYL VIAGRA

Prescribed by Doctor Feel-Good Be prepared for the fabulous Rhonda Burchmore to unleash the vixens of vinyl, making temperatures soar and hearts race. Channelling the sex appeal and songs of divas from Marlene Dietrich, Shirley Bassey and Cher to Madonna, Beyonce and Lady Gaga, with just a hint of Berlin Cabaret thrown into the mix, the sultry Ms B invites you to an adventurous evening of sublime sensuality. A DIVAlicious fantasy perfect for date night!

“ Totally embraceable… larger than life.” Sydney Morning Herald

6 > 8 June DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE Friday 6 June, 7pm • Saturday 7 June, 3pm • Sunday 8 June, 6pm Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

8

OPENING WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Adelaide Festival Centre in association with Good Egg Creative presents

Starring

Michael Falzon Luke Kennedy Matt Lee Ben Mingay

Charm personified in a cocktail of swing In Swing on This some of Australia’s leading stage talents – Michael Falzon (We Will Rock You, Rock of Ages), Luke Kennedy (The Voice, The Ten Tenors), Matt Lee (So You Think You Can Dance, Mary Poppins) and Ben Mingay (Wonderland, An Officer and a Gentleman) – deliver a modern, audacious take on some of the all-time swing classics along with ‘well-swung’ interpretations of rock and pop songs that have defined the last four decades. Featuring an 18-piece big band, your toes will be tapping to the sophisticated sounds of the fifties through to the nineties and noughties. The lads will be joined by a special guest or two and promise to have you humming and dancing your way home with a cheeky smile on your face.

ONE

SHOW ONLY

7 June FESTIVAL THEATRE Saturday 7 June, 7.30pm

Adult 74.90 Concession 69.90

OPENING WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

Premium 89.90 Adult A Res 79.90 Conc A Res 74.90 Adult B Res 69.90 AUSTRALIA

Conc B Res 64.90 Adult C Res 59.90 Conc C Res 54.90 GreenRoom 34.95

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 2hrs (includes interval)

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KIDS T Ali McGregor’s

CABARE

AN EVENING WITH

Nelson Aspen

JAZZAMATAZZ!

The ultimate schmooze in song

Led by the insanely talented cabaret star Ali McGregor, this hour of jazzy beats and trashy pop classics will get your children singing, prancing, twisting and dancing. McGregor and her jazz trio are joined by two dancers who teach rock’n’roll, swing and jive moves. With songs like Who Let the Dogs Out? and Single Ladies, McGregor will get everyone shuffling to the be-bop beats and hep-cat treats. Suitable for 2–10 year olds (and the whole family).

“Filled with giggling, running and dancing.” Broadway Baby

Gossip alert... Australia’s favourite Hollywood TV reporter, Nelson Aspen is coming to Adelaide for one night only.

Well known for breaking celebrity news to the world, he started his career as a performer in his own right.

Musical Director: Mitchell Kaplan

Nelson invites you to join him for an intimate evening gushing with a dishy blend of songs and stand-up comedy that promises to take you beyond the red carpet. You’ll have dinner party stories for a lifetime…

ONE

SHOW ONLY

7 > 8 June

9 June

BANQUET ROOM

SPACE THEATRE

Saturday 7 June, 11am & 4pm • Sunday 8 June, 4pm

Monday 9 June, 6pm

All Tickets

20.00

Suitable 2 – 10 yrs (Under 2 free on knee)

Duration 55mins

10

OPENING WEEK

Adult 25.00 Concession 22.00 Child 20.00 Groups (6+) 20.00 Family (2+2) 80.00

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Premium 49.90 Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins OPENING WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

USA

Robert Davi DAVI SINGS SINATRA: ON THE ROAD TO ROMANCE

This tough guy will melt your heart Famous for his tough guy roles in License to Kill, Die Hard, Predator 2 – his television credits are just as vast, including the hit series Profiler, Stargate: Atlantis and Criminal Minds. Harnessing formidable talent Davi croons a love letter to his mentor the legendary Frank Sinatra through the great American song book. He will be joined on stage by his sensational band including Grammy® Award-winning musical director and arranger Randy Waldman and legendary percussionist Emil Richards who performed in Sinatra’s original band.

“Robert Davi has the voice, the tone, the flavor and the swagger.” Quincy Jones

Musical Director: Randy Waldman

ONE

SHOW ONLY

8 June FESTIVAL THEATRE Sunday 8 June, 7.30pm

Adult 74.90 Concession 69.90

OPENING WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

Premium 89.90 Adult A Res 79.90 Conc A Res 74.90 Adult B Res 69.90 USA

Conc B Res Adult C Res Conc C Res

64.90 59.90 54.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains adult themes

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Rachael Beck THIS GIRL Having recently starred in the hit musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Australia’s musical theatre darling returns to Adelaide Cabaret Festival to unveil her debut solo album and show This Girl. Prepare to be delightfully surprised by a fantastic and diverse repertoire of numbers from pop to musical theatre. Featuring songs from much loved musicals such as West Side Story, Les Misérables and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang teamed with hits like Running Up That Hill by Kate Bush, State of the Heart by Mondo Rock and Rhianna’s Only Girl in the World. Rachael will be joined by one of Australia’s leading stage performers Michael Cormick. Known for her sublime vocals, wonderful story telling and a killer sense of humour Rachael Beck is truly scrumptious.

Musical Director: Andrew Worboys

8 > 9 June DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE Sunday 8 June, 8.30pm • Monday 9 June, 2pm Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

12

OPENING WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Adelaide Festival Centre and Smartartists present

Perfect Tripod AUSTRALIAN SONGS

A hand picked playlist of fair dinkum winners Inspired by their celebrated rendition of Paul Kelly’s Meet Me in the Middle of the Air, the harmony super group that is Eddie Perfect and Tripod has reunited to craft a collection of gorgeous vocal arrangements of iconic Australian hits across the ages. Perfect Tripod delivers a veritable zodiac of Australian music. Star signs you should expect include – the Crawl, the Chair, the Budgie, the Voice and some new constellations in the Aussie songwriting firmament which may surprise you. The Aria Award-winning Tripod’s decades of inventive harmony together with Helpmann Award-winning and Logie nominated Eddie Perfect’s peerless skill as a composer and interpreter combine to create a beautiful show packed with breathtaking singing; delivered with the sort of playful confidence that can only come with a serious combination of skills and experience on the stage.

“ You’d be hard pressed to find four more versatile voices in the country… A wonderfully balanced tone of gravitas and comedy.” themusic.com.au

ONE

SHOW ONLY

9 June FESTIVAL THEATRE Monday 9 June, 7.30pm

Adult 74.90 Concession 69.90

OPENING WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

Premium 89.90 Adult A Res 79.90 Conc A Res 74.90 Adult B Res 69.90 AUSTRALIA

Conc B Res 64.90 Adult C Res 59.90 Conc C Res 54.90 GreenRoom 34.95

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains coarse language

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The Boswell Project

Adelaide Festival Centre in association with Your Theatrics International presents

Melody Beck

Sublime harmonies and swingin’ tunes

UNSEEN: A TRIBUTE TO MARNI NIXON

Join vocalists Kylie Ferreira, Louise Messenger and Valeska Laity, along with their fabulous band, in their mission to faithfully recreate the incredible music of The Boswell Sisters and bring their story to the world.

You’ve heard her voice, now, hear her story. The winner of the 2014 Your Theatrics International Cabaret Contest pays tribute to the woman remembered as ‘the voice of Hollywood’.

The Boswell Project captures the excitement and story of the ground-breaking Boswell Sisters, the lost super group of the 1930s, featuring classic songs of the Jazz Age, sophisticated harmonies and a hot rhythm section.

Rip It Up

Stroll down memory lane with Melody Beck and relive the golden age of movie musicals.

Photo: © Chloe Gehrke

“It was all about the music… with incredible arrangements and harmonies…”

Marnie Nixon’s dulcet tones immortalized some of the greatest music theatre tunes of our time including songs from hit films West Side Story, The King and I, My Fair Lady and many more.

ONE

8 > 9 June

SHOW ONLY

7 June

BANQUET ROOM

ARTSPACE

Sunday 8 June, 7.30pm • Monday 9 June, 6.30pm

Saturday 7 June, 6.15pm

Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90

Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

14

OPENING WEEK

ADELAIDE

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins OPENING WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Adelaide Festival Centre in association with David M Hawkins presents

Melanie PEOPLE IN THE FRONT ROW

From a stage that transformed a generation and changed music forever Legendary singer songwriter Melanie Safka shot to stardom when she stepped onto the stage at Woodstock in 1969. She’s had a legendary career spanning more than 40 years including her signature song Candles in the Rain (Lay Down, Lay Down) and the number one hit Brand New Key (Roller Skate song). Adelaide’s own Hilltop Hoods introduced a new generation to Melanie’s music with the release of the worldwide sensation Nosebleed Section featuring samples from her song People in the Front Row. Performing all her hits and some new compositions all woven together with witty stories of a career that is nothing short of extraordinary, Melanie will be accompanied by her son Beau Jarred Schekeryk on guitar, Andrew Worboys on piano, Dave Hatch on drums and Tina Harris on bass. Enjoy an intimate performance with the singer who won Australia’s heart with a brand new pair of roller skates more than four decades ago.

Photo: © Maddy Miller

“ People who have made an impact on the music world can be recognized by just one part of their name. Lennon, McCartney, Dylan, Jagger etc. Here’s a name for you: Melanie” Rolling Stone

7 > 9 June DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE Saturday 7 June, 6.30pm • Sunday 8 June, 2pm • Monday 9 June, 6.30pm Adult 59.90 Concession 54.90

Adult 64.90 Concession 59.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins OPENING WEEK

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

USA

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Sven Ratzke

Lizzie Moore

DIVA DIVA’S

ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS: THE ERIN MINOGUE EXPERIENCE

Outré style matched with off-beat humour

SHE could be so lucky

European cabaret super star Sven Ratzke makes his Adelaide Cabaret Festival debut paying homage to ten of the greatest divas of the 60s including Marlene Dietrich, Shirley Bassey, Dalida, Eartha Kitt, Maria Callas, Nina Simone, Zarah Leander, Dusty Springfield, Hildegard Knef and Judy Garland.

We all know Dannii and older sister Kylie but what about the third, forgotten younger sister Erin Minogue? Lizzie Moore plays the youngest Minogue in this one woman contemporary comic cabaret featuring a swag of classic Kylie and Dannii hits, sung by Erin from her perspective. An eye-opening staged biopic of an extraordinary life unled, revealing untold insight into a celebrity sibling who never existed, based on an entirely untrue story.

Ratzke is joined on stage by his long-time collaborator and music director, jazz pianist Charly Zastrau who accompanied Joey Arias at last year’s Festival.

“…the hottest night happening in Berlin at the moment.” Berliner Morgenpost

Musical Director: Charly Zastrau

Photo: © Joel Devereux

Photo: © Dennis Veldman

Written by: Chris Gist and Paul Kooperman from an original concept by Kris Stewart Directed by: Emily Gilhome Musical Direction by: Anthony Costanzo

“Erin is the Minogue sister we didn’t know we loved – until now.” Boys Magazine (UK)

6 > 8 June

6 > 7 June

SPACE THEATRE

Friday 6 June, 6.30pm Saturday 7 June, 10pm • Sunday 8 June, 9pm •

Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

OPENING WEEK

Friday 6 June, 6.15pm • Saturday 7 June, 9.15pm Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90

Premium 49.90 Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains coarse language

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

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ARTSPACE

HOLLAND

OPENING WEEK

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Carla Lippis BRENTA’S BAD THING

Let Carla’s lilting tones rhinestone your reality Discovered by Kate Ceberano in last year’s Cabaret Festival Backstage Club, local songstress Carla Lippis returns with her very own show. She brings to life Brenta – an Italo-Australian mafia princess living in a time when albums were made of vinyl and big hair was bitchin’.

Amity Dry THE BLOCK TO BROADWAY... AND BEYOND

After being left stranded on a lonely road, a chance encounter with a honky-tonk trucker leads Brenta down the rabbit hole of cowgirl psychedelia. Backed by some of Adelaide’s most revered musicians.

“Kickass Adelaide singer Carla Lippis… a superstar.” The Advertiser It’s been a whirlwind year for Amity Dry from doing the school run in Adelaide to being selected for the New York Musical Theatre Festival and taking out The Block All Stars in between. Fresh from an off-Broadway season of her hit musical Mother, Wife and the Complicated Life, South Australia’s favourite reality TV musical mum makes her Adelaide Cabaret Festival debut sharing the highs and lows from her experiences with The Block, reality TV fame and Broadway. Written by: Carla Lippis & Dahlia Opala with Geoffrey Crowther

“Her voice is powerful, engaging and flawless, pitching every note perfectly.”

Directed by: Dahlia Opala

Adelaide Theatre Guide Directed by: David Lampard Musical Director: Mark Simeon Ferguson

Musical Director: Stephen Pederson with Carla Lippis

6 > 8 June

8 > 9 June

ARTSPACE

ARTSPACE

Friday 6 June, 9.15pm • Saturday 7 June, 3.15pm • Sunday 8 June, 9.15pm

Sunday 8 June, 6.15pm • Monday 9 June, 6.15pm

Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90 Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains coarse language OPENING WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins ADELAIDE

OPENING WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

ADELAIDE

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Shay Stafford

Kim Smith

MEMOIRS OF A SHOWGIRL

NOVA NOIR

Stories from behind the sequin curtain

Captivating cabaret served in several languages

Join Australia’s favourite showgirl, former Moulin Rouge and Lido dancer, Shay Stafford as she pulls back the curtain on Paris cabaret and reminisces in song and dance about her twelve years performing on two of the world’s most famous stages.

Award-winning Australian cabaret performer and Adelaide Cabaret Festival darling, Kim Smith, charts a dark and whimsical path through a neo-Weimar popfantasia of genre-bending pop and peculiar period treasures with Nova Noir. Mining his debut album, Nova, Smith gives his own electro-pop originals a decadent 1920s treatment, while reimagining works by Weimar-era composers, and modern-day artists including Friedrich Hollaender, Cher, Kurt Weill, The Supremes, Kylie Minogue, Hanns Eisler, plus a myriad of glittering others.

Along with her troupe of leggy dancers, The Can-Canettes, live musicians and the vocal stylings of French balladeer, Monsieur P – the girl from Brizzy presents a feather-festooned celebration of all things Parisian.

“ The closest you can get to the Moulin Rouge without actually going there.” Courier-Mail

“Completely stellar… slyly subversive.” The Wall Street Journal

Music Director / Accordionist: Benjamin Ickies

Written & Directed by: Shay Stafford & Bryce Corbett

8 > 9 June

6 > 7 June

SPACE THEATRE

BANQUET ROOM

Sunday 8 June, 6.30pm • Monday 9 June, 8.30pm

Friday 6 June, 7pm • Saturday 7 June, 7.30pm

Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90

Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90

Premium 44.90 Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains coarse language

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

18

OPENING WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

OPENING WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA / USA

Caroline Nin SONGS AND STORIES OF THE PARIS LIDO

A mesmerizing French chanteuse

“Caroline Nin is an icon… Nin pushes both established cabaret standards to cinematic perfection… star quality drips from every languide fingertip!”

French chanteuse Caroline Nin has been regularly seducing Adelaide Cabaret Festival audiences since 2002. This year she returns with stories from backstage at the most famous cabaret in the world... the Paris Lido. Famed for its sophisticated nightlife the iconic venue on the ChampsElysees has been home to cabaret’s elite including Marlene Dietrich, Edith Piaf, Shirley Maclaine, Liza Minnelli and Noel Coward to name just a few. For five years from 2005 Nin was headlining at the Lido in the glamorous revue, Bonheur. She introduced her audiences to the longings, struggles and heartaches of her character Lola Lola with Nin as both mistress and muse.

The Stage, London

Caroline and her quartet, led by Musical Director John Thorn, will transport you to the heart of Paris with an exciting repertoire that celebrates the cosmopolitan and multicultural nature of the city. Featuring songs from Brel, Legrand, Gainsbourg, Piazzolla, Grace Jones and Kurt Weill let Nin’s trademark smoky jazz-inflected voice seduce you over and over.

6 > 7 June SPACE THEATRE Friday 6 June, 9pm • Saturday 7 June, 2.30pm & 6pm Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

OPENING WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

FRANCE

Premium 54.90 Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

19

The Baker Suite

Blake Bowden & Phil Scott

SECOND NATURE:

MARIO

A COLLABORATION OF POETRY & MUSIC

Relive the era of memorable music and murderous mafiosi

Offering songs that explore life, love and nature – The Baker Suite have been described as Art-folk, French Cafe, seductive-country and gypsy-romantica.

In the 1950s Mario Lanza was a tenor superstar in Hollywood, his records topped the charts and everyone fell for his charm and beautiful voice.

The Baker Suite is a refreshingly Australian music experience, with their acoustic-folk-pop built around the warm combination of John Baker’s acoustic guitar and storytelling and Gayle Buckby’s parisian-esque piano accordion. They’re joined by Julian Ferraretto on violin, Lyndon Gray on double bass and Enrico Mick Morena on drums. With a new album just released and a recent appearance at WOMADelaide, they are winning hearts across Australia and Europe including number one fan and collaborator Kate Ceberano.

Ten years later, he was all washed up, dying mysteriously at the age of 38. What happened?

“Minor masterpieces that blend folk, country, blues and jazz speckled with global allusions sit beside quirky pop songs…” Weekend Australian

Photos: © Kurt Sneddon

Blake Bowden (South Pacific) sings up a storm as the stormy Lanza, while writer/satirist/pianist and Adelaide Cabaret Festival regular Phil Scott fills in the gaps, playing various characters in the singer’s life.

Photo: © Ben Searcy

Conceived by: Blake Bowden & Phil Scott Written by: Phil Scott Directed by: Eamon Flack

ONE

SHOW ONLY

14 June

14 > 15 June

SPACE THEATRE

FESTIVAL THEATRE STAGE

Saturday 14 June, 7.30pm

Saturday 14 June, 6.30pm • Sunday 15 June, 3pm & 6.30pm

Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90

Premium 44.90 Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

20

SECOND WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

Premium 54.90 Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains coarse language ADELAIDE

SECOND WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Adelaide Festival Centre in association with Luckiest Productions presents

David Campbell

sings John Bucchino The singer and the songwriter David Campbell and Broadway composer John Bucchino met in New York in the 90s – it was the beginning of a musical kinship that has lasted decades. As Artistic Director, Campbell introduced his buddy to Adelaide Cabaret Festival audiences in 2009 with An Evening with John Bucchino and Friends.

Photo: © Kurt Sneddon

In this deeply personal and intimate show the friends return to the Cabaret Festival stage to talk about their lives, careers and the songs that have bound them together.

13 > 14 June FESTIVAL THEATRE STAGE Friday 13 June, 6.30pm • Saturday 14 June, 3pm & 9pm Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

SECOND WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

Premium 54.90 Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90

AUSTRALIA / USA

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

21

Tim Campbell

Adelaide Festival Centre presents

Beccy Cole and Libby O’Donovan

HIGH SCHOOL DISCO

Relive the music memories

THE COWGIRL AND THE SHOWGIRL Individually, these talented women leave audiences breathless – together they are a match made in cabaret heaven.

Remember dancing to Play That Funky Music, Footloose, Shake Your Groove Thing, Centrefold, My Sharona, Can You Feel It? Tim Campbell and his band will not only play the hits from his album High School Disco, but many more much loved classics from the 70s and 80s. Join one of Australia’s most versatile and much loved entertainers for a trip down memory lane and a night of absolute fun.

From the energetic humour and honesty of nine-time Golden Guitar winner Beccy Cole to the diversity and astonishingly rich vocal range of cabaret jazz singer Libby O’Donovan – these two explosive entertainers are sassy, funny and engaging. After wowing sell-out crowds by guesting on each other’s shows across Australia, the time has come for Beccy and Libby to present an unforgettable performance in Adelaide.

“ Powerful, sassy performer” Sydney Morning Herald (Libby)

“Australia’s most dynamic female performer” The Australian (Beccy)

11 > 13 June

12 > 13 June

BANQUET ROOM

FESTIVAL THEATRE STAGE

Wednesday 11 June, 7pm • Thursday 12 June, 7pm • Friday 13 June, 7.30pm

Thursday 12 June, 8pm • Friday 13 June, 9pm

Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90

Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

22

SECOND WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

Premium 49.90 Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

AUSTRALIA

SECOND WEEK

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Colin Hay

Tim Freedman

WAITING FOR MY REAL LIFE...

FREEDMAN DOES NILSSON

“…he’s a seamless representation of the greats of our time…” The Huffington Post

Grammy® Award-winner Harry Nilsson has been hailed as a genius and recognised by his peers as one of the greatest singer-songwriters of the twentieth century. His songs have been recorded and performed by numerous singers including Ella Fitzgerald and Neil Diamond. However, despite being a gifted studio artist, Nilsson suffered from horrific stage fright which meant he never performed his songs in concert. One of Australia’s most accomplished contemporary songwriters, Tim Freedman invites you to a “live imagining” of what a Harry Nilsson concert could have been.

For the uninitiated, Colin Hay’s live performances are an astonishing, powerful journey, sometimes straight down the main road, sometimes following the twists and turns of the road less travelled. Whether he is telling of his globe-dominating romp with Australian rock band Men at Work, running concurrently with a runaway love affair with alcohol, Colin strips bare an amazing story, through the vagaries of the music industry, to the mess and glory of life in general, with exquisite comic timing and a heartfelt, wry sense of humour.

WARNING: Contains strong language

13 > 15 June

11 > 12 June

DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE

DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE

Friday 13 June, 9.30pm • Saturday 14 June, 9.30pm • Sunday 15 June, 7pm

Wednesday 11 June, 6.30pm • Thursday 12 June, 9pm

Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins SECOND WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90

SECOND WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

23

Ruth Rogers-Wright

Catherine Alcorn

with Imat Akelo Opio as Lorraine Hansberry

NOTHING BUT A SONG

NINA SIMONE: BLACK DIVA POWER One of the true icons of modern American culture, over the course of her career Nina Simone came to represent so much more than simply the beautiful music she created. Melbourne-based jazz diva Ruth Rogers-Wright embodies the High Priestess of Soul in an engrossing performance exploring the life and music of Simone featuring her now famous black power songs, including Mississippi Goddamn, Four Women, Strange Fruit and To Be Young, Gifted and Black.

“…pure and authentic interpretation on Nina Simone’s music…” The Age

A sensory overload Vocal powerhouse Catherine Alcorn returns to the Adelaide Cabaret Festival following her 2013 hit show Go Your Own Way. This year she will tempt you to leave your inhibitions at the door and lead you on a delicious journey of mood altering musical provocation. Aural indulgence and stunning musical rearrangements all ruthlessly crafted and pieced together by Andrew Worboys will feature music from Florence and The Machine, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, David Bowie and other epic rock gods and goddesses. In his directorial debut, cabaret legend Paul Capsis will craft a voyeur’s delight. Concept by: Catherine Alcorn Director: Paul Capsis Arrangements: Andrew Worboys Musical Director: Marty Hailey Featuring Jane Cho, Bev Kennedy and Voice of Transition

“ See this diva before she’s on Broadway!”

Musical Director/ Director: Warren Wills Playwright: Neil Cole

Theatre Alive

11 > 13 June

14 > 15 June

SPACE THEATRE

ARTSPACE Saturday 14 June, 6.15pm • Sunday 15 June, 5.15pm Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

24

SECOND WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

Wednesday 11 June, 7.30pm • Thursday 12 June, 9.30pm • Friday 13 June, 7.30pm Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90

Premium 44.90 Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins AUSTRALIA

SECOND WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Adelaide Festival Centre presents

Kila Kokonut Krew’s

The Factory

By Vela Manusate

Magnificent voices soar in a musical journey Hilarious and heartfelt, this vibrant funk-fuelled musical weaves a romantic narrative and clever lyrics into a tribute to the courage of the Pacific peoples who came to Auckland during the 1970s.

Opening with a powerful call to ancestral roots The Factory follows the story of Losa arriving in Aukilani with her father. A young Samoan woman with big dreams and hopes for a brighter future, she is set to work in a South Auckland textile factory, but each time the factory bell rings, she feels further away from her home and her aspirations. Created by the Kila Kokonut Krew, this full-scale uplifting musical features an original score, slick choreography, and a dazzling array of exuberant and soulful songs from disco to soul and Pacific roots accompanied by a dynamic live band.

Director: Anapela Polataivao Composer: Poulima Salima

“ This Pacific Les Mis tale of race and class is hugely levered by romance, humour and funky 70s style.” New Zealand Herald

12 > 14 June DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE Thursday 12 June, 6.30pm • Friday 13 June, 7pm • Saturday 14 June, 7pm Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

SECOND WEEK

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90 GreenRoom 24.95

NEW ZEALAND

Presented by arrangement with Arts Projects Australia with support from Creative New Zealand’s Touring Australia Initiative

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 1hr 20mins

25

Yana Alana & The Paranas BETWEEN THE CRACKS

A depraved diva with a difference Australia’s very own diva extraordinaire is back. Cabaret provocateur Yana Alana takes to the stage for her first solo show (with two people in it). Traverse the private places and deepest holes of this multi- award winning diva as she opens up and bares all in this bent night of blues, burlesque and blame. A mistress at emotional manipulation and the art of entrapment, Yana Alana is not afraid to let it all hang out.

Yon and his Prism of Sexy Thoughts Funny songs about sex Yon is a man of habit spending 20 years in award-winning musical comedy trio Tripod who have wowed audiences in Australia and abroad with their trademark blend of gorgeous harmonies and dysfunctional relationships. No, Yon isn’t leaving Tripod, he just wants to speak by himself for five freaking minutes. Drawing from personal experience Yon will guide you through a dark, electronic, cabaret excursion that rages through the five stages of love.

“ Yon doesn’t have the chiseled jawline or broad shoulders of your average Hollywood heartthrob, but he is funny – very funny.” Australian Stage

Co-Written and Directed by Fiona Scott-Norman

Written by: Sarah Ward Music by: Sarah Ward & Louise Goh Directed by: Anni Davey

WARNING: Contains strong language and nudity

WARNING: Contains coarse language and adult themes

11 > 13 June

13 > 14 June

ARTSPACE

SPACE THEATRE Friday 13 June, 10pm • Saturday 14 June, 10pm Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90 GreenRoom 19.95

Premium 44.90 Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Wednesday 11 June, 9.15pm • Thursday 12 June, 6.45pm • Friday 13 June, 9.15pm Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

26

SECOND WEEK

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins AUSTRALIA

SECOND WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Kate Fuller

Michael Dalley

ANNIE’S ROOM

RITUALS OF ART & HATRED

A swingin’ homage to the queen of vocalese

The Crown Prince of Melbourne cabaret

It’s 1965 in London and the British rock scene is in full swing – the Beatles are invading America and the Stones can’t get no satisfaction. But for jazz singer Annie Ross, who once jammed with Miles Davis, shoplifted with Ella Fitzgerald and drank all night with Chet Baker – the only thing swingin’ about the 60s is her Room! Australian jazz singer Kate Fuller takes us back to the closing night of Annie’s famed VIP cabaret club in Covent Garden and pays homage to this extraordinary star of the American and British jazz scene.

One of Australia’s most biting lyricists celebrates his fourth Adelaide Cabaret Festival visit with this musical rite of desecration. If you witnessed Vaudeville X, Intimate Apparel or Urban Display Suite you’ll expect nothing less than a witty revue with bite. Dalley showcases a line-up of exquisitely subversive songs, celebrating the divine beauty of mockery. Rituals of Art and Hatred will take you on a pilgrimage from the profane to the ridiculous. Come and be blessed!

“Michael Dalley is extraordinarily talented and mildly smutty!” The Age

Musical Director: John Thorn

13 > 15 June

11 > 12 June

ARTSPACE

Friday 13 June, 6.45pm Saturday 14 June, 9.15pm • Sunday 15 June, 8.15pm •

Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90

Wednesday 11 June, 6.45pm • Thursday 12 June, 9.15pm Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains coarse language

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins SECOND WEEK

ARTSPACE

ADELAIDE

SECOND WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

27

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Adelaide Festival Centre in association with Jump Leads and Jessica Wilson presents

Adelaide Festival Centre in association with Six Foot Something Productions presents

Picture Perfect

E CABARStill Awake Still!

Music and lyrics by Scott Evan Davis

Mischievous cabaret for kids

Starring DAVID HARRIS

Miss Ivory Tinklefinger, Queen of Sleep, is hired to sing the audience to sleep, but tonight her piano has a mind of its own. Her lullabies come alive – and the consequences are wild. Based on much-loved songs from the bedtime book I’m Still Awake Still! by Elizabeth Honey and Sue Johnson, this stunning reimagining for the stage is strikingly original, strangely beautiful, ridiculously funny and filled with mayhem worthy of the Marx Brothers.

“Effervescent and utterly entertaining for the whole family”

with Johanna Allen, Amity Dry, Naomi Eyers & Paul Talbot

A musical insight into the envied picture perfect New York composer Scott Evan Davis’ Picture Perfect is a song cycle about the reality that lies behind the ‘picture perfect’ façade we present to the rest of the world. It’s about the seconds either side of the perfectly composed family portrait, or the truth buried beneath each ‘my life is perfect’ Facebook update or tweet. The moments presented in the work explore recognisable truths from the day-to-day lives of men, women and children. Picture Perfect stars leading Australian performer David Harris (Wicked, Legally Blonde, Miss Saigon) along with some of Adelaide’s best known performers.

Arts Hub

Director/Designer: David Lampard

Devised by: Jessica Wilson with the collaborating artists Inspired by songs from the book I’m Still Awake, Still! by Elizabeth Honey and Sue Johnson

Saturday 14 & Sunday 15 June, 11am & 2pm All Tickets

20.00

Suitable 4 yrs+ Duration 50mins

28

SECOND WEEK

Adult 25.00 Concession 22.00 Child 20.00 Groups (6+) 20.00 Family (2+2) 80.00

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

RM

BANQUET ROOM

PA G

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DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE

RT

14 > 15 June

REFE

14 > 15 June

WORKSHOP

ATI ON

SCOTT EVAN DAVIS

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Saturday 14 June, 7.30pm • Sunday 15 June, 7.30pm Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90 GreenRoom 22.45

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins SECOND WEEK

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

USA / AUSTRALIA

WEEK

OPENING

FRI 6

SAT 7

SUN 8

MON 9

TUE 10

ALI McGREGOR

11 am

BR 55mins

MELANIE

2 pm

DPH 1hr 10mins

2.30 pm

CAROLINE NIN

3 pm

RHONDA BURCHMORE

3.15 pm

CARLA LIPPIS

4 pm

ALI McGREGOR

5 pm

PUTTIN’ ON THE ROUGE

6 pm

CAROLINE NIN

ST 1hr 10mins DPH 1hr 10mins A 1hr 10mins BR 55mins PB 50mins

ST 1hr 10mins

6.15 pm

LIZZIE MOORE

6.30 pm

SVEN RATZKE

A 1hr 10mins ST 1hr 10mins

16

DPH 1hr 10mins

DPH 1hr 10mins

12

WEEK

1

8 17 ALI McGREGOR

10

BR 55mins

10

PUTTIN’ ON THE ROUGE

49 19 14

MELANIE

16

RACHAEL BECK

15

19

MELODY BECK A 1hr 10mins

OPENING

10

15

PB 50mins

PUTTIN’ ON THE ROUGE

49

RHONDA BURCHMORE DPH 1hr 10mins

8

ST 1hr 10mins

10

AMITY DRY

17

SHAY STAFFORD ST 1hr 10mins

49

NELSON ASPEN

AMITY DRY A 1hr 10mins

PB 50 mins

A 1hr 10mins

17

LITTLE BIRD (PREVIEW)

18

HMT 1hr 10mins

5

MELANIE

DPH 1hr 10mins

15

THE BOSWELL PROJECT BR 1hr 10mins

7 pm

14

RHONDA BURCHMORE DPH 1hr 10mins

8

KIM SMITH BR 1hr 10mins

7.30 pm

18

FT 1hr 30mins

ROBERT DAVI

KIM SMITH

VARIETY GALA

3

BR 1hr 10mins

18

SWING ON THIS FT 2hrs

8 pm 8.30 pm 9 pm

9

FT 1hr 10mins

11

PERFECT TRIPOD FT 1hr 10mins

13

THE BOSWELL PROJECT BR 1hr 10mins

HMT 1hr 10mins

HMT 1hr 10mins DPH 1hr 10mins ST 1hr 10mins

ST 1hr 10mins 19

LIZZIE MOORE

10 pm

BACKSTAGE CLUB

A 1hr 10mins BR

17 49

12

5

SHAY STAFFORD ST 1hr 10mins

18

SVEN RATZKE

CAROLINE NIN

9.15 pm

7

LITTLE BIRD

5 RACHAEL BECK

CARLA LIPPIS

FT 2hrs

14

LITTLE BIRD (PREVIEW) LITTLE BIRD (PREVIEW) HMT 1hr 10mins 5

ANTHONY WARLOW & FAITH PRINCE

A 1hr 10mins

16

CARLA LIPPIS

16

SVEN RATZKE

A 1hr 10mins

17

BACKSTAGE CLUB

ST 1hr 10mins

16

BR

49

BR

49

BACKSTAGE CLUB

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Adelaide Cabaret Festival

VENUES

WEEK

SECOND

2

WED 11

THU 12

FRI 13

SAT 14

SUN 15

TUE 17

11 am

STILL AWAKE STILL! STILL AWAKE STILL!

2 pm

LITTLE BIRD

3 pm

DPH 50 mins

HMT 1hr 10mins

SECOEENKD

28

DPH 50 mins

28

STILL AWAKE STILL!

5

DPH 50 mins

28

STILL AWAKE STILL! DPH 50 mins

W

28

DAVID CAMPBELL MARIO SINGS JOHN BUCCHINO FTS 1hr 10mins

FTS 1hr 10mins

21

20

SCOTT EVAN DAVIS (WORKSHOP)

BR 1hr 30mins

A 1hr 10mins

4 pm

Adelaide Cabaret Festival

50

CLASS OF CABARET GRADUATES

3.30 pm

48

891 ABC CABARET CATCH UP (SONYA FELDHOFF) PB 2hrs

50

5.15 pm

RUTH ROGERS-WRIGHT

6 pm

CLASS OF CABARET

A 1hr 10mins ST 1hr 10mins

48

RUTH ROGERS-WRIGHT

6.15 pm 6.30 pm

24

A 1hr 10mins

LITTLE BIRD HMT 1hr 10mins

THE FACTORY

5

DPH 1hr 20mins

25

TIM FREEDMAN DPH 1hr 10mins

23

6.45 pm

MICHAEL DALLEY YON & HIS PRISM

7 pm

THE COWGIRL & THE SHOWGIRL

A 1hr 10mins

BR 1hr 10mins

27

22

SINGS JOHN BUCCHINO FTS 1hr 10mins

ST 1hr 10mins

FTS 1hr 10mins

FTS 1hr 10mins

LITTLE BIRD

20

21 27

THE FACTORY

33

MARIO

20

KATE FULLER

OF SEXY THOUGHTS A A 1hr 10mins 1hr 10mins 26

ALISON COPPE

24

DAVID CAMPBELL MARIO

DPH 1hr 20mins

25

THE FACTORY DPH 1hr 20mins

25

COLIN HAY

DPH 1hr 10mins

23

THE COWGIRL & THE SHOWGIRL BR 1hr 10mins

22

891 ABC LIVE BROADCAST (PETER GOERS)

PB 3hrs

7.30 pm

50 CATHERINE ALCORN

CATHERINE ALCORN ST 1hr 10mins

ST 1hr 10mins

24

THE BAKER SUITE PICTURE PERFECT

24

THE COWGIRL & THE SHOWGIRL BR 1hr 10mins

8 pm

TIM CAMPBELL FTS 1hr 10mins

22

20

BR 1hr 10mins

28

LITTLE BIRD

5

HMT 1hr 10mins

5 KATE FULLER A 1hr 10mins ST 1hr 10mins

TIM FREEDMAN DPH 1hr 10mins

YON & HIS PRISM

23

TIM CAMPBELL FTS 1hr 10mins

22

MICHAEL DALLEY YON & HIS PRISM

OF SEXY THOUGHTS A 1hr 10mins A 1hr 10mins 26

27

CATHERINE ALCORN ST 1hr 10mins

SINGS JOHN BUCCHINO FTS 1hr 10mins

DPH 1hr 10mins

21

KATE FULLER

OF SEXY THOUGHTS A A 1hr 10mins 1hr 10mins 26

27

COLIN HAY

COLIN HAY

24

DAVID CAMPBELL

23

DPH 1hr 10mins

23

BACKSTAGE CLUB BR

10 pm

27

CLASS OF CABARET

9 pm

9.30 pm

28

PICTURE PERFECT

8.15 pm 8.30 pm

9.15 pm

BR 1hr 10mins

22

LITTLE BIRD HMT 1hr 10mins

ST 1hr 10mins

49

YANA ALANA ST 1hr 10mins

26

YANA ALANA ST 1hr 10mins

26

BACKSTAGE CLUB BACKSTAGE CLUB BR

49

BR

49

48

HMT 1hr 10mins

5

WEEK

FINAL

WED 18

11 am

LITTLE BIRD

1 pm

KIM SPARGO

1.30 pm

HMT 1hr 10mins

THU 19

FRI 20

SAT 21

SUN 22

A 1hr 10mins

33

THE KERMOND 3 GEN VARIETY SHOW DPH 1hr 10mins

ELISE McCANN BR 1hr 10mins

34

MARK NADLER ST 1hr 10mins

40 SIBLING REVELRY

4 pm

BEN RIMALOWER

DPH 1hr 10mins

43

LITTLE BIRD

HMT 1hr 10mins

INTO OBLIVION A 1hr 10mins ST 1hr 10mins

LITTLE BIRD

KATHY NAJIMI

HMT 1hr 10mins

5

BRIAN D’ARCY JAMES DPH 1hr 10mins

38

6.45 pm 7 pm

WEEK

36

3 pm 3.15 pm

6.30 pm

FINAL

5

FT 1hr 10mins

THE KING’S SINGERS FT 1hr 10mins

39

THE KERMOND 3 GEN VARIETY SHOW DPH 1hr 10mins

MARK NADLER ST 1hr 10mins

40

3

34

SIBLING REVELRY DPH 1hr 10mins

43

SIBLING REVELRY DPH 1hr 10mins

43

34 ROD DAVIES

ROBYN LOAU

ROD DAVIES A 1hr 10mins

35

46

5

A 1hr 10mins

38

46

A 1hr 10mins

38

HAIL TO THE KING ST 1hr 10mins

41

JOHANNA ALLEN BR 1hr 10mins

7.30 pm

40

FT 2hrs 10mins

ST 1hr 10mins

44

36

JOHANNA ALLEN BR 1hr 10mins

KIM SPARGO A 1hr 10mins

THE NEW SCORE

CECILIA LOW

VANDEMONIAN LAGS

33

40

FT 2hrs

ST 1hr 10mins

9 pm

LITTLE BIRD HMT 1hr 10mins

THE KERMOND 3 GEN VARIETY SHOW DPH 1hr 10mins

LITTLE BIRD HMT 1hr 10mins

5

FT 1hr 10mins

47

DPH 1hr 10mins

38

FT 1hr 10mins

36

LITTLE BIRD

5

DARLENE LOVE

DAN FINNERTY & THE DAN BAND

34

34

ELISE McCANN BR 1hr 10mins

8 pm

45

BEN RIMALOWER

HMT 1hr 10mins

5

ARCHIE ROACH

37

DPH 1hr 10mins

42

BRIAN D’ARCY JAMES

9.15 pm

ROBYN LOAU

9.30 pm

CECILIA LOW

A 1hr 10mins ST 1hr 10mins

BACKSTAGE CLUB BR

INTO OBLIVION

ROD DAVIES A 1hr 10mins

46

38

A 1hr 10mins

46

ARCHIE ROACH DPH 1hr 10mins

36

42

49 HAIL TO THE KING

10 pm

ST 1hr 10mins

BACKSTAGE CLUB BR

m.au

49

HAIL TO THE KING ST 1hr 10mins

BACKSTAGE CLUB BR

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ADELAIDE CABARET FESTIVAL

Roadshow Get a taste of the biggest Cabaret Festival in the world with the Country Arts SA Adelaide Cabaret Festival Roadshow.

Come and enjoy Artistic Director, Kate Ceberano’s hand-picked selection of artists from the 2014 Adelaide Cabaret Festival at two very special events. Get a group together to share a laugh and song in true cabaret style. Be quick to secure your seats as this event is sure to sell out.

24 May

31 May

SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE

NORTHERN FESTIVAL CENTRE

Mt Gambier

Port Pirie

Look for the GreenRoom price throughout this brochure to score cheap tickets to selected performances at this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival. If you’re aged between 18 – 30 years old, a GreenRoom membership is your ticket to the arts.  Cheap tickets  Workshops  Special events Join online now ~ adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au/greenroom

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Kim Spargo

Alison Coppe

KING OF FLACK

NEW COAT OF PAINT:

The captivating music of Carole King and Roberta Flack

THE SONGS OF TOM WAITS

Home-grown sensation Kim Spargo and the Collected Musicians bring you a delicious new show celebrating two of the world’s most celebrated female singer/ songwriters – Carole King and Roberta Flack.

Caught between vagabond and chanteuse, local lovely Alison Coppe and her band take you on an intoxicating journey through the songs of blues legend Tom Waits. Traversing the great lengths of Waits’ catalogue from Closing Time to Bone Machine and beyond with balls-out blues, down and out dames, razor sharp grooves and delicate ballads.

Weaving through King and Flack’s individual tapestries of struggle, success, politics, men and children, this is an honest and well-crafted insight into these two inspiring women. King of Flack will unlock the vault to their many number one hits and classics such as Natural Woman, Killing me Softly and You’ve got a Friend.

“Kim Spargo’s powerful voice soars”

New Coat of Paint captures the tragedy and triumph of Waits’ songs. Musical Director: Aaron Nash

The Advertiser

“…sassy, energetic and powerful night of music.” Krytzoff RAW 2011

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18 June ARTSPACE

SPACE THEATRE

Wednesday 18 June, 1pm & 7.30pm

Thursday 12 June, 7pm

Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90

Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins FINAL WEEK

12 June

WORLD PREMIERE

ADELAIDE

Premium 44.90 Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins SECOND WEEK

AUSTRALIA

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Ben Rimalower

The Kermond

PATTI ISSUES

3 GEN VARIETY SHOW

A funny, tender rainbow reminiscence

Three generations of award winning song & dance men

The long running off-Broadway hit solo play Patti Issues makes its Australian premiere at this year’s Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

Join three generations of the Kermond clan, national treasure Warren, his multi-award winning son Wayne and grandson Zan, in a show-stopping tribute to all things vaudeville.

As a young gay boy Ben Rimalower found comfort in musical theatre especially in the transportive voice of Broadway star Patti LuPone. With a mix of comic irreverence, stark candor and show-biz bravado, Patti Issues poignantly explores the challenges facing LGBT parents and children while shining unique light on gay men’s time-old obsessions with divas.

Written & performed by: Ben Rimalower

This multi-generational romp delivers a fresh new insight into the hitherto vanishing world of variety where, night after night, song, dance, slapstick and comedy collide to create entertainment that will delight, titillate and amuse audiences from Geraldton to Gundagi. Be part of Australian theatre history as the Kermonds invite you to share their passion for their own singular brand of entertainment – because, as far they’re concerned there’s no business like show business…

“ You can’t help but smile from ear to ear.”

Directed by: Aaron Mark

The West Australian

Photo: © Michael Erickson

“ The show’s fantastic. He’s a very talented man.” Patti LuPone

21 June

18 > 19 June

SPACE THEATRE

DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE

Saturday 21 June, 4pm & 7.30pm

Wednesday 18 June, 9pm • Thursday 19 June, 1pm & 6.30pm

Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90

Premium 44.90 Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains coarse language

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USA

Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins FINAL WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Adelaide Festival Centre in association with John Cristian Productions presents

The King’s Singers GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK One of the world’s most celebrated ensembles take on timeless American classics. Paying tribute to the most enduring and influential American popular songs of the 20th century, The King’s Singers perform the best of Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Gershwin and more. With a discography of over 150 recordings The King’s Singers have set the standard for the art of a cappella everywhere. Recipients of two Grammy® Awards, the Midem International Classical Award and recent inductees into the Gramophone Hall of Fame, their repertoire ranges across every genre from Renaissance motet to the coolest of vocal jazz. Join the UK super group for their Australian premiere performance of Great American Songbook, featuring beloved hits such as Let’s Misbehave, My Funny Valentine and Cry Me a River.

“Unmatched for their sheer musicality and ability to entertain.” The London Times

Photo: © B Ealovega

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SHOW ONLY

20 June FESTIVAL THEATRE Friday 20 June, 6.30pm

Adult 74.90 Concession 69.90

FINAL WEEK

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

Premium 89.90 Adult A Res 79.90 Conc A Res 74.90 Adult B Res 69.90 UNITED KINGDOM

Conc B Res Adult C Res Conc C Res

64.90 59.90 54.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

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Cecilia Low

Elise McCann

THEY SAY SHE’S DIFFERENT

EVERYBODY LOVES LUCY

Edgy, gritty, loud and dirty

All hail the original queen of American comedy

Powered by the music of 70s funk rock fusion queen Betty Davis, They Say She’s Different is a sonic, visual feast for the senses.

Lucille Ball reigned supreme as television’s biggest star in I Love Lucy – the most popular sitcom in American history. From being questioned by Congress on her alleged Communist sympathies to becoming the first female head of a major movie studio – Ball’s life was complicated.

Once married to Miles Davis and introducing him to her good friend Jimi Hendrix, Betty was pivotal in shaping a new generation of music and driving the soul train of change through her own explosive sounds.

Acclaimed Australian musical theatre star Elise McCann (Mamma Mia, My Fair Lady, South Pacific) presents a madcap, hilarious tribute to a true trail-blazer featuring much-loved songs from Lucille Ball’s roles in Mame, Top Hat and many more.

Experience the raw, creative energy of the elusive mistress of funk with Cecilia Low and her magic music makers. Musical Director: Tony Kopa

Musical Director: Nigel Ubrihien

Photo: © Cameron Zayec

WARNING: Contains coarse language, adult themes and strobe lighting

19 > 20 June

21 June

SPACE THEATRE

BANQUET ROOM

Thursday 19 June, 9.30pm • Friday 20 June, 7.30pm

Saturday 21 June, 1pm & 7.30pm

Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90 GreenRoom 19.95

Premium 44.90 Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

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Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90 GreenRoom 19.95

AUSTRALIA

FINAL WEEK

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Adelaide Festival Centre in association with Mario Maiolo presents

AN EVENING WITH

Darlene Love One of the all-time greats Since the early sixties, as part of Phil Spector’s wall of sound hit factory, this great lady has done it all – from major motion pictures such as the highly successful Lethal Weapon series to Broadway hits like Hairspray and Grease. She even starred as herself in Leader of the Pack, credited as Broadway’s first ‘jukebox musical.’ Love recently accepted the Oscar for Best Documentary for 20 Feet from Stardom in which she stars alongside other renowned backing singers. As well as a celebrated solo artist, she has also performed as back up vocalist for legendary musicians including Elvis Presley, Tom Jones, Frank Sinatra, Aretha Franklin and Bruce Springsteen. Darlene Love continues to captivate audiences worldwide with her warm, gracious stage presence and sensational performances. Join her for an evening of songs from her current show plus her classic hits including He’s A Rebel, The Boy I’m Going To Marry, Wait ‘Til My Bobby Gets Home, He’s A Fine Boy plus Mountain High – River Deep and the Da Doo Ron Ron accompanied by a twelve piece band.

“One of the greatest singers of all time.” Rolling Stone Magazine Musical Director: Michael Jacobson

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SHOW ONLY

20 June FESTIVAL THEATRE Friday 20 June, 9pm

Adult 74.90 Concession 69.90

FINAL WEEK

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

Premium 89.90 Adult A Res 79.90 Conc A Res 74.90 Adult B Res 69.90 USA

Conc B Res 64.90 Adult C Res 59.90 Conc C Res 54.90 GreenRoom 34.95

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

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Brian d’Arcy James

Rod Davies

UNDER THE INFLUENCE

ROCKET MAN

A voice transformed by the music of the 70s

Bouncing between Stevie Wonder to Sondheim and back again Two time Tony Award nominee and renowned Broadway leading man Brian d’Arcy James has starred opposite some of the biggest names on Broadway, from Idina Menzel to Kristin Chenoweth and Sutton Foster to John Lithgow. In Under the Influence, James delights with his renditions of pop favorites from the 70s and 80s along with Broadway classics. From Billy Joel to Marvin Hamlisch, Squeeze to Shrek, James strings together the music that defines his musical DNA.

Meet Rod Davies – one of Australia’s most versatile singers who has been impressing audiences on Australia’s hit TV show Dancing with the Stars for thirteen seasons. Join Rod as he narrates how a lifetime spent discovering the eclectic and transformative music of the 1970s prepared him for such a demanding role. From piano ballads to guitar-based rock, theatrical classics to funk ‘n pop, Rod’s piano/vocals are perfectly blended on stage with one of Australia’s finest guitarists, Stuart Fraser (Noiseworks, Jimmy Barnes, John Farnham).

Whether recalling his introduction to original cast albums or revisiting his own Broadway auditions and career highlights, Under the Influence is an evening of music and memories straight from his New York heart.

“ …a homegrown artist who can tickle your ear with a tune, command attention and, ultimately, make you a fan…”

Musical Director/Arranger: Dan Lipton

Herald Sun

18 > 19 June

19 > 21 June

DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE

ARTSPACE

Wednesday 18 June, 6.30pm • Thursday 19 June, 9pm

Thursday 19 June, 6.45pm • Friday 20 June, 9.15pm • Saturday 21 June, 6.45pm

Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90

Adult 54.90 Concession 49.90 GreenRoom 27.45

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

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AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90

USA

FINAL WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90 AUSTRALIA

Kathy Najimy LIFT UP YOUR SKIRT

One of Hollywood’s most admired comic actresses Kathy Najimy is loved by audiences all over the world as an award-winning actress on Broadway, TV and film. She has starred in over 25 films including Sister Act, Hocus Pocus and Ratrace. She is also known for her critically acclaimed TV roles including Peggy Hill in King of the Hill and Olive in Veronica’s Closet. Kathy also brought her original The Kathy and Mo Show from the off-Broadway stage to television in two award-winning, feminist HBO specials. In this world first, Adelaide audiences have the opportunity to see Najimy’s hilarious and moving semi-autobiographical solo stage show Lift Up Your Skirt before it takes to the New York stage. This is guaranteed to be one of the most talked about shows of the Cabaret Festival as Najimy lifts her metaphorical skirt to share some of the key moments of her quite remarkable life.

Musical Director: Brian J Nash

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19 June FESTIVAL THEATRE Thursday 19 June, 6.30pm

Adult 74.90 Concession 69.90

FINAL WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

Premium 89.90 Adult A Res 79.90 Conc A Res 74.90 Adult B Res 69.90 USA

Conc B Res 64.90 Adult C Res 59.90 Conc C Res 54.90 GreenRoom 34.95

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains some coarse language

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Johanna Allen

Mark Nadler

THE SONGS THAT GOT AWAY:

RUNNIN’ WILD:

THE MUSIC OF HAROLD ARLEN

SONGS & SCANDALS OF THE ROARING 20 S

From Stormy Weather to Somewhere Over the Rainbow Between 1930 and 1970 Harold Arlen contributed over 500 songs to popular music, sung by the most famous women of the time including Lena Horne, Peggy Lee, Ethel Waters and the incomparable Judy Garland – all with their own stories of tragedy and survival. A vocal powerhouse of jazz, blues, musical theatre and opera, acclaimed cabaret performer Johanna Allen explores the music Arlen wrote and the women who sang his songs.

“ This girl can sing. Plus she has timing, presence and a whole lot of chutzpah.”

Back by popular demand Adelaide Cabaret Festival’s adopted son returns to guide you through the wildest decade of the 20th century. Every song is about booze, drugs or sex and the stories bring back to life underground drag queens, and barrelhouse blues belters, smoldering torch singers and one of the great murder trials of the time. As an added bonus, you’ll learn how to make a perfect Gin Martini.

“Exhilarating! …you get a rich sense of what it was like to live, or rather party, through the Jazz Age.” The London Times

Photo: © Ella Benore Rowe

Sydney Morning Herald Musical Director: Michael Tyack Director: Stuart Maunder

19 > 20 June

18 June

BANQUET ROOM

SPACE THEATRE

Thursday 19 June, 7pm • Friday 20 June, 7.30pm

Wednesday 18 June, 1.30pm & 7pm

Adult 34.90 Concession 29.90

Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

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FINAL WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90

Premium 49.90 Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains adult themes ADELAIDE

FINAL WEEK

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

USA

Hail to the King Australia’s finest female voices sing the King Dressed to kill, Mojo Juju, Kira Puru, Stella Angelico and Simone Page-Jones present a unique take on the Elvis Presley catalogue. While each performance embodies the different styles from Elvis’s diverse career this is not a tribute show. These killer female vocalists borrow what they love about Elvis and infuse it with their own style singing the songs like they’re meant to be sung – with heart, passion and sex – and these women have it in spades.

“Femininity… in full-throttle.” AU Review

19 > 21 June SPACE THEATRE Thursday 19 June, 7pm • Friday 20 June, 10pm • Saturday 21 June, 10pm Adult 39.90 Concession 34.90 GreenRoom 22.45 FINAL WEEK

ADELAIDE EXCLUSIVE

Premium 49.90 Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90 AUSTRALIA

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

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Archie Roach CREATION

An undeniably universal Australian voice The majestic body of Archie’s early work, including resurrected unheard gems, is brought to life in a very special new live show. Creation is a homemade gift from the healing hands of our nation’s most cherished storyteller and song man. Archie will be joined on stage by his musical ensemble and flanked by the sublime vocal magnificence of Mindy Kwanten, Ellie Lovegrove and Nancy Bates.

“Roach gets better and better” TheMusic.com

20 > 21 June DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE Friday 20 June, 9.30pm • Saturday 21 June, 9pm Adult 44.90 Concession 39.90

Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

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ADELAIDE PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Ann Hampton Callaway & Liz Callaway SIBLING REVELRY

A thrilling display of vocal prowess Separately, these Tony-nominated sisters have enjoyed their own stellar careers, together their voices blend in perfect harmony.

Both Adelaide Cabaret Festival favorites, champion This dynamic duo from Chicago of the great American Songbook Ann Hampton prove they’re one singular Callaway and her sister Broadway sensation, sensation, serenading you with Liz Callaway return to Adelaide to get the party their striking harmonies performing started with Sibling Revelry. show tunes, jazz and pop.

Photo: © Bill Westmoreland

Director: Dan Foster Musical Director: Alex Rybeck

20 > 21 June DUNSTAN PLAYHOUSE Friday 20 June, 6.30pm • Saturday 21 June, 3pm & 6.30pm Adult 49.90 Concession 44.90

Adult 54.90 Concession 49.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins FINAL WEEK

AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

USA

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Adelaide Festival Centre in association with ROAR Film and DARK MOFO 2013 presents

Vandemonian Lags NEW SONGS OF TRANSPORTATION FROM THE PRISON WITHOUT WALLS

“Resonant, haunting, inspiring and magnificent.” Arts Hub

Tasmanian convict history has been turned into an extraordinary musical journey by an all-star line-up of Australian rock and folk performers including Mick Thomas, Tim Rogers, Jeff Lang, Ben Salter, Darren Hanlon, Van Walker and Liz Stringer.

Commissioned by the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) for its inaugural DARK MOFO Festival, Vandemonian Lags features a suite of powerful new songs with stunning rear projections and dramatic narrative evocations from Tim Rogers and Brian Nankervis. Backed by an all-star band featuring Van Walker, Mark Wallace, Sal Kimber, Michael Barclay and Andy Reid.

Devised by: Mick and Steve Thomas Musical Director: Mick Thomas

Vandemonian Lags is based on the project, Founders and Survivors Storylines.

ONE

SHOW ONLY

18 June FESTIVAL THEATRE Wednesday 18 June, 7.30pm

Adult 74.90 Concession 69.90

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FINAL WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

Premium 89.90 Adult A Res 79.90 Conc A Res 74.90 Adult B Res 69.90 AUSTRALIA

Conc B Res 64.90 Adult C Res 59.90 Conc C Res 54.90 GreenRoom 34.95

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 2hrs 10mins (includes interval) WARNING: Contains some coarse language and adult themes

The New Score The world’s greatest songs re-arranged, re-mixed and reimagined Get ready for a night of genre-bending modern orchestral music. Kate Ceberano

Kylie Auldist

The internationally and critically acclaimed Raah Project are purveyors of modern music encapsulating classical, jazz, hip hop, jungle, soul and electronica.

iOTA

In this extraordinary one off concert event The Raah Project will be joined by Australian soul sensation and leading lady of The Bamboos, Kylie Auldist; the extraordinary chameleon that is iOTA (Smoke & Mirrors, Hedwig & the Angry Inch); as well as our very own Kate Ceberano in her final year as Artistic Director. Together they will perform some of the world’s greatest songs as you’ve never heard them before accompanied by 23 musicians from the impeccable Adelaide Art Orchestra.

Musical Direction: The Raah Project Arranged/Composed by: The Raah Project Featuring musicians from the Adelaide Art Orchestra Commissioned and composed especially for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival

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SHOW ONLY

21 June FESTIVAL THEATRE Saturday 21 June, 7.30pm

Adult 74.90 Concession 69.90

FINAL WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

Premium 89.90 Adult A Res 79.90 Conc A Res 74.90 Adult B Res 69.90 AUSTRALIA

Conc B Res 64.90 Adult C Res 59.90 Conc C Res 54.90 GreenRoom 34.95

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 2hrs (includes interval)

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Robyn Loau

Into Oblivion

NO ORDINARY GIRLFRIEND

THE TIMELESS MUSIC OF ASTOR PIAZZOLLA

The intimate story of a forgotten pop princess

Known for revolutionising the Tango, the vibrant, haunting and very sexy music of Argentinian composer Astor Piazzolla will captivate your heart.

Pop diva Robyn Loau presents a brutally honest yet hilarious musical glimpse into her life as one of the country’s most fascinating and underrated talents.

Ambre Hammond (piano) and Marcello Maio (accordion) guide you into a romantically intense world of heightened energy and tension from the excitement of a frenzied Tango such as Jealousy to the ethereal beauty of a timeless composition like Oblivion.

The daughter of a Pacific Island village chief, Robyn tells the story of her rise to fame as lead singer of pop phenomenon Girlfriend sharing details of an extraordinary life full of dizzying highs and devastating lows with a selection of gorgeous songs and a cheeky smile.

The music of Piazzolla’s contemporaries will also be explored and expect a dash of Debussy reworked.

“Sensuality and elegance… panache. The ultimate seduction album.” Sydney Morning Herald

Photo: © Peter Brew Bevan

“A serious diva in waiting” Rolling Stone Australia

19 > 20 June

21 June

ARTSPACE

ARTSPACE

Thursday 19 June, 9.15pm • Friday 20 June, 6.45pm

Saturday 21 June, 3.15pm & 9.15pm

Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90

Adult 24.90 Concession 19.90

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains coarse language

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AUSTRALIA

Premium 34.90 Adult 29.90 Concession 24.90

Suitable 8 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins FINAL WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

AUSTRALIA

Dan Finnerty & The Dan Band

“One of the hottest tickets in Hollywood.” Entertainment Weekly

Dirty men sing songs of strong women Join Dan Finnerty from the smash hit movies The Hangover and Old School and his two back up guys as they plow through a hilarious set of songs made famous by women. Covering everything from Rihanna to Salt-n-Pepa, ABBA to Christina Aguilera and Beyonce to Bonnie Tyler, The Dan Band has become renowned for their filthy female empowerment anthems.

As seen on Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Tonight Show and Last Call with Carson Daly, The Dan Band will have you in stitches with their foul mouthed renditions and boy band moves. This is guaranteed to be the most offensive wedding band you’ve ever seen.

ONE

SHOW ONLY

19 June FESTIVAL THEATRE Thursday 19 June, 9pm

Adult 54.90 Concession 49.90

FINAL WEEK

ADELAIDE PREMIERE

Premium 69.90 Adult A Res 59.90 Conc A Res 54.90 USA

Adult B Res 49.90 Conc B Res 44.90 GreenRoom 24.95

Suitable 16 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins WARNING: Contains coarse language

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Supported by CentrED and Department for Education and Child Development

THE NEXT GENERATION OF CABARET Presenting some of the most talented music and drama students selected from secondary schools across South Australia. These exciting new performers communicate with raw honesty in each of their stories and songs. The 2014 class study the practical art of cabaret with Directors Matt Carey and Kim Spargo culminating in a Gala Masterclass with Artistic Director Kate Ceberano. The result of months of preparation will be seen across two extraordinary performances in the Space Theatre.

Featuring Adelaide High School Blackwood High School Brighton Secondary School Charles Campbell College Craigmore High School Emmaus Christian College Henley High School Immanuel College Marryatville High School Mt Gambier High School Nurioopta High School Pembroke School Scotch College Seaview High School St Aloysius College St Ignatius College Urrbrae Agricultural High School Valley View High School Westminster School Woodville High School

15 June

SPECIAL EVENT

Performance Partner

SPACE THEATRE

Fresh faced and bursting with talent Discover the hottest new local talent in cabaret. Our very own Class of Cabaret graduates including crooner Michael Baker-Stimson, singer-songwriter Nathaniel O’Brien, live-wire Chloe Bremner and soulful Hannah Worden return to where it all began with this fresh, audacious, new show. The future stars of the cabaret scene are right here, for one night only.

“ These are the cabaret stars of the future… you’ll be blown away by their talent and professionalism!” Kate Ceberano Musical Director: Matthew Carey Vocal Director: Kim Spargo

SPECIAL EVENT

Sunday 15 June, 6pm & 8.30pm Adult 30.00 Concession 25.00 GreenRoom 17.50

SECOND WEEK

WORLD PREMIERE

ARTSPACE Saturday 14 June, 3.30pm

Adult 25.00 Concession 20.00

Premium 40.00 Adult 35.00 Concession 30.00

GreenRoom 15.00

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins

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14 June Premium 35.00 Adult 30.00 Concession 25.00

Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 1hr 10mins AUSTRALIA

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WORLD PREMIERE

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Backstage Club THE BACKSTAGE CLUB is where you’ll find artists kicking on after their show and maybe even getting up on stage for a daring one-off, unexpected performance. You might even grab a glimpse of their full show or a peep into a different side of their performing personas.

OPENING WEEKEND

BANQUET ROOM Design by DAVID BROMLEY

Hosted by an array of stars from the Festival, we’ll also throw in a dancefloor, DJs and roving entertainment making this the perfect place to kick on after a show.

SECOND WEEK

TICKETS

$ 10

Pre-purchased or at the door on the night [subject to capacity]

FINAL WEEK

BROADWAY HOOTENANNY

Host: ALI McGREGOR

Host: LIBBY O’DONOVAN

Host: MARK NADLER

Friday 6 June • 10pm Saturday 7 June • 10pm Sunday 8 June • 10pm

Thursday 12 June • 9.30pm Friday 13 June • 10pm Saturday 14 June • 10pm

Thursday 19 June • 9.30pm Friday 20 June • 10pm Saturday 21 June • 10pm

Join the insanely talented and internationally renowned cabaret artist Ali McGregor for a night of true variety. Armed with her sharp wit and silky smooth vocals, she will be joined on stage by her smokin’ hot band and some of the Festival’s finest acts.

Enjoy an evening with Adelaide jazz and cabaret darling Libby O’Donovan whose powerful and sassy performances and extraordinary voice are always a favourite at Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

He’s a singer, story teller, comedian, tapdancer... he even tap dances whilst playing the piano! The master of keys returns with his mad, bad and dangerous Broadway Hootenanny. Don’t miss the Maestro Menace with special guests for the closing weekend of Kate Ceberano’s final Festival.

Peter Goers & Roger Shepard PUTTIN’ ON THE ROUGE

Outrageously entertaining At the grand old age of nearly eighty-three, Roger Shepard has been the gold standard of drag for over half a century. Radiating wit and charm and with legs to die for, Puttin’ On The Rouge gives you the opportunity to get intimate with Roger in an interview by another larger-than-life Adelaide identity, Peter Goers. Roger will share the secrets of his art, make up tricks and stories of a rich life well-lived. A hit at the 2013 Feast Festival, bring your mum and your grandmother.

7 > 9 June PIANO BAR Saturday 7 June, Sunday 8 June & Monday 9 June, 5pm Suitable 12 yrs+ Duration 50mins

FREE

Originally conceived for the Feast Festival

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FREE Events Piano Bar

Supported by

Enjoy a drink and a variety of FREE cabaret entertainment from some very special guests throughout the Festival. Each night will be spontaneous and unique, filled with an eclectic range of live and roving entertainment.

The Wintergarden Enjoy pop-up style eateries offering a variety of cuisines in a lively atmosphere, providing a place to meet and refuel between shows. Each night will feature a variety of FREE entertainment throughout the Festival.

Dulcie’s Shop of Real Opportunity A unique mobile op shop located within a redecorated old bus. Dulcie returns to the Festival with its eclectic collection of vintage fare. Located in The Wintergarden, all proceeds raised will help fund essential homeless services in SA.

Westfield Fashions in the Foyer

Have your photo taken by the Westfield stylists for your chance to WIN fabulous fashion prizes, including Styling Sessions with Westfield Stylists & Westfield Gift Cards!

FRIDAY 6 JUNE & FRIDAY 20 JUNE • 7pm – 10pm FESTIVAL THEATRE FOYER

Presented in association with Six Foot Something Productions

Having worked with students in New York, London and Ireland, composer/lyricist Scott Evan Davis will share his insights into character development in performance with hand picked local performers. His show, Picture Perfect (pg 28), will have its Australian USA premiere at this year’s Festival.

Scott Evan Davis Workshop

SUNDAY 15 JUNE • 3pm – 4.30pm BANQUET ROOM Audience registration essential. Email cabaret@adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au with “Workshop” in the subject line.

Cabaret Catch Up

891 ABC Adelaide Afternoons presenter Sonya Feldhoff will join a variety of Cabaret Festival artists on stage for a chat. Sonya will coax the artist to reveal their creative impulses, artistic desires and what makes them tick. Featuring: Colin Hay

Sarah Ward (aka Yana Alana) The cast from Picture Perfect Beccy Cole & Libby O’Donovan

PIANO BAR

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Saturday 14 June, 4pm > 6pm

LIVE

Local Radio Broadcast

On Thursday 12 June Peter Goers brings his 891 ABC Adelaide Evenings program to the Piano Bar for a live broadcast. Come and join the live audience and experience Peter’s unique “audio vaudeville” – cabaret style.

Join the conversation

Talkback 1300 222 891 Twitter @891Adelaide SMS 0467 922 891* Facebook 891Adelaide

PIANO BAR Thursday 12 June, 7pm > 10pm * Standard SMS costs apply

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HOW TO SUBSCRIBE  Choose four or more shows.  Purchase a 2014 Adelaide Cabaret Festival Subscription:

• Online at adelaidecabaretfestival.com.au or bass.net.au • By phone 131 246 • In person at a BASS outlet

Congratulations you are now an Adelaide Festival Centre subscriber.

You will receive confirmation of your subscriber status within two working days (if booking online). This will provide you with details on how to access your subscription benefits.

You can now buy as many subscription priced tickets as you like to 2014 Adelaide Cabaret Festival and Adelaide Festival Centre shows. If you require assistance with venue and seating access, please call 131 246 or come in to the Festival Centre box office to purchase your tickets.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION • Subscriptions are only available in A Reserve and are subject to availability. • Subscription applies when you purchase the same number of tickets to four or more shows in A Reserve only. You must buy the same type (Adult and/or Concession) of ticket across your subscription. For example, if you are buying one adult and one concession to the first show you choose, you must also buy an adult and a concession to the other three or more shows in your subscription. • Additional tickets to shows you have already subscribed to may not be seated with your original booking. Call BASS 131 246 if you have any questions regarding seat allocation. • Lost or stolen tickets – in most instances reserved seat tickets may be replaced however general admission tickets cannot be replaced. Please call BASS on 131 246 for assistance. • Pensioners, seniors, unemployed and full time students are entitled to concession prices. Proof of entitlement may be requested at time of purchase or at the venue. Please make sure you carry your concession cards.

ADELAIDE FESTIVAL CENTRE King William Rd Adelaide 5000 GPO Box 1269 Adelaide SA 5001 Phone +61 8 8216 8600 Fax +61 8 8212 7849 Email contact@adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au

A payment processing fee of 2.5% of the transaction value applies to all credit card transactions.

All major credit cards accepted Monday to Saturday 9am to 6pm [CST] International bookings +61 8 8205 2300

ONLINE adelaidecabaretfestival.com.au & bass.net.au OVER THE Adelaide Festival Centre and all BASS outlets. COUNTER For information regarding BASS outlets,

please phone 131 246 or visit bass.net.au

CAR PARK Undercover car parking is available at Adelaide Festival Centre with regular security patrols. Enter off King William Road. Pre-book your space through BASS on 131 246. The car park is equipped with a lift and ramps that are accessible from all car park spaces. For further enquiries call +61 8 8216 8724. Please be aware of the impact to car parking and traffic restrictions due to AFL matches at Adelaide Oval when considering your arrival.

ACCESS SERVICES To ensure our programs are accessible and your time with us is as enjoyable as possible, we have access-friendly facilities on site. Including: wheelchair loan service, assistive hearing system, access toilets, access seat allocations, pre book your access parking in the car park with BASS on 131 246, access friendly drop off/pick up points, lift access in the car park, lift access in the Space Theatre and Festival Theatre venues, lift access to the Bistro – access from the Playhouse Reception desk. When booking your tickets, please inform the BASS operator if you have any specific access requirements. For all other disability access inquiries please contact Patron Services at access@adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au or phone +61 8 8216 8600.

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PERFORMANCE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.


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