Daniel Baker and Tim Addicoat are in the Cabaret Room to talk about Babirra Music Theatre’s production of THE PRODUCERS. Based on the 1968 film, Mel Brooks’ musical The Producers is a laugh-out-loud, outrageous, crowd-pleasing farce that has been a smash hit since its 2001 debut. It ran for more than 6 years on Broadway and won an un-precedented 12 Tony Awards, a record that still stands today.

Luke Belle reminisces about the good old days through a wacky lens in I’M NOT EVEN MAD ABOUT IT. Growing up in country Victoria with a truck driving step dad whose military parenting techniques made Luke long for the times where finger knitting and pressing flowers with nan were an afternoon treat…suddenly the lowlights become the highlights.

Music in this episode includes: Come What May (Moulin Rouge the Musical), When You’ve Got It (The Producers), Don’t Rain on my Parade (Barbara Streisand), Cell Block Tango (Catherine Zeta Jones), Strangers Like Me (Phil Collins), and Cabaret (Natasha Richardson)