After-Dinner Mintz brings you three hugely entertaining cabaret performances on the one night, August 11, at the Maleny Community Centre from 8pm.
The first of these is Fatale - Songs My Mother Taught Me, featuring director, designer and performer Michael Beh in this world premiere production.
“My character is wildly theatrical,” shared Michael. “The costume to complement this character is in development; being made by Anne Grant of 3b Creative. It will have designs from the 16th century to the present day - think Court of Versailles onwards.”
Michael’s show stems from the Atherton Tablelands where he grew up. “I’m not sure if the radio didn’t work, or my mum just liked my singing, but I was the radio!” Michael laughed.
“I would sing for my mum in the car, songs from Cabaret, Streisand songs, lots of Great American Songbook classics, torch songs, lullabies. So this show stems from my mum and the music she liked.”
Michael will be followed by Stephanie Williams with her show, Glinda - Memoirs of a Good Witch/Bad B*tch!
Dressed in a 1950’s tulle gown, ‘Glinda’ sings songs from the ‘60s to now, from jazz standards to ‘80s power ballads. As the Rangebow website shares: She sings. She sparkles. She strips.
And finally, with more bizarre twists than Madonna on Tik Tok, get ready for Daryl Murphy’s latest '’Fabaret'’, Paper, Scissors, ROCK! to finish off the evening with some rocking energy and humour.
To book for this musical delight of an evening, visit therangebowfestival.org