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And Then the Snow Fell on Egypt is a “heartbreakingly beautiful” show that explores human relations. Gavin Roach and Jacob Thomas spoke about a show written without age, gender or sexuality embedded into the script thus allowing the audience to experience a dynamic production showcasing seven queer actors in rotating roles on any given night.

Bryce Ives, Artistic Director of Theatre Works in St Kilda joined The Cabaret Room to talk about Truly Madly Britney, an exciting new comedy about long term boyfriends, Adam and Steve, die-hard Britney Spears fans who embark upon a pilgrimage to the sacred sites of Britney Spears.

Music on the show includes: I Never Met a Wolf Who Didn’t Like to Howl (Smash), Me And The Sky (Come From Away), Living It Up On Top (Hades Town), Puppy Hears the Ocean (The Band’s Visit), Superboy & Invisible Girl (Next To Normal)


About the author: Karen


Karen is a proud descendant of the Mamu and Kuku Yalanji rainforest peoples of Far North Queensland. Karen has been volunteering at JOY 94.9 since September 2015 and assists with fundraising, office administration, training and is a part of the JOY Volunteer Rep Group. She currently podcasts for The Cabaret Room and Urban Dreaming.


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