‘Helping us live and work the Twelve Steps to better Cabaret’
Written and performed by
Queenie van de Zandt
Mark Jones on Piano
Queenie van de Zandt’s addiction to cabaret has taken her from performing, at the age of 17, in her first cabaret; “The Essential Lloyd Webber” (at a venue in the country town of Queanbeyan, on a stage covered with bright green carpet), to teaching cabaret at the Victorian College of the Arts.
In CABARET – THE 12 STEP PROGRAM, Queenie van de Zandt, (“…the spectacular musical theatre and cabaret performer…” Sunday Telegraph), reveals the secrets to creating a successful cabaret while she simultaneously performs a successful cabaret (and just a tip, one of the secrets is not designing a set which consists of pinning all your record covers of Andrew Lloyd Webber shows at interesting angles onto a curtain).
Yes – it’s a cabaret, within a cabaret, about a cabaret (and if you’re confused, just stop being so selfish and think about how she must feel).
If you’re addicted to cabaret and love a combination of listening to great singing, having lots of laughs and getting a certificate of attendance at the end of it – this show will definitely be your “Music of the Night”.
“…a new star of Australian comedy theatre… and…what a fabulous singer she is…” Sunday Telegraph
“…good to see van de Zandt back in town and in fine voice and humour.” The Canberra Times
“Queenie van de Zandt is not only a great cabaret singer, she is hilarious, too.” Herald Sun
Venue: The Butterfly Club, 204 Bank Street, South Melbourne
Dates: Saturday 9, 16, 23, 30 June and 7 July
Times: 10.30 pm
Tickets: $20 full / $15 concession and for groups of 8 or more
Bookings: www.thebutterflyclub.com <>
Information: 9690 2000
The Myths of Innovation
By Scott Berkun
In The Myths of Innovation, bestselling author Scott Berkun takes a careful look at innovation history, including the software and Internet Age, to reveal how ideas truly become successful innovations-truths that people can apply to today’s challenges.
Using dozens of examples from the history of technology, business, and the arts, you’ll learn how to convert the knowledge you have into ideas that can change the world.
FReeZACentral Workshops // 2007 Music Industry Workshops //
Want to work in the music industry?
The FReeZACentral music industry workshops are back! All around Victoria in June and July, FReeZACentral is holding free, accredited training days for young people aged 15 to 25 who are interested in a music industry career. This year’s FReeZACentral workshops are happening in Croydon (June 23), Leongatha (June 26), Ararat (June 30), Wangaratta (July 3), central Melbourne (July 7), Swan Hill (July 11), Werribee (July 14) and Hamilton (July 18).
For the past three years, FReeZACentral has been nurturing the skills, talents and passion of the next generation of music industry professionals. Over 500 young people attend the FReeZACentral workshops each year. Of the workshop participants statewide, 50 young people in the 18-25 year age bracket are chosen for the FReeZACentral mentoring program, which matches young people to an experienced music industry professional in their chosen field, whether they’re performers or aspiring sound engineers, marketing professionals, event managers or music business operators.
Workshops are free and include free lunch. Register online at www.freezacentral.vic.gov.au or call 03 9380 1277.
Visit the Myspace at: www.myspace.com/freezacentral
Applications Close: Thursday, June 07, 2007
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globally (with the exception of Australia), aussieBum is
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female who is prepared to take on the challenge to
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for each photo shoot assignment and event we support
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what is going on around you. Visit our internet site to get
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(only we expect you to do it 10 times better). Once this
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You will be using the latest Adobe FCP software, Mac
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__FLAKE FILM FESTIVAL: CALL FOR ENTRIES
Want your film to be seen by thousands of people on the big screen at the best ski resorts and venues in the world? Enter your short flick into the Flake Film Festival…NOW! FFF is Australia’s highest and fastest growing independent film festival and they want to take your film to new heights in 2007! Your film must be under 8 minutes and somehow include the 2007 theme…WATER (or lack of it!). Represent the theme any way you like – but please try to be creative! Any type, style or genre of film can be entered; young and first time filmmakers are encouraged to enter.
Entries close August 20.
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