Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf and Just for a Thrill: celebrating female songwriters
” If you like high quality, memorable music, superbly performed, with a clever and informative narrative, then you will love this unique cabaret production.”
“Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?”:
The original production was a cabaret/play set in the land of Grimm’s fairy tales, Brigitte Baden-Rennie as “Granny” finally reveals her adventure-filled yet tragi-comic life story. Joining her (under sufferance and under probation) is her own Big Bad Wolf, the magical Jamie Moore on guitar.
3 minute promo video here
“Witchcraft/Baby, I’m a Fool” sound track here
“Lies of Handsome Men” sound track here
Songs: I love being here with you; Close your eyes; The Best is yet to Come; And when I Die; Witchcraft; I’m goin’ fishin’ and more
5 * * * * * Advertiser . . . “For lovers of sophisticated songs this is a five star treat”
4.9 * * * * Rip it Up. . . . ”The audience was touched and physically moved . . passionate and touching performance by this humble yet experienced performer”
Broadway World/Adelaide “. . with one sensational song after another given fresh and exciting interpretations by this skilled and talented, internationally travelled performer.
If you like high quality, memorable music, superbly performed, with a clever and informative narrative, then you will love this unique cabaret production.”
“Just for a Thrill”:
Brigitte Baden-Rennie & Sandie White collaboration celebrating female songwriters. Footage from the Sardine Can here and Burrawang here.