What Rhymes with Cars and Girls

TTC What Rhymes with Cars and GirlsA tender musical adapted from Tim Rogers’ iconic solo album, Tasmanian Theatre Company presents What Rhymes with Cars and Girls at the Salamanca Arts Centre for a limited season from 30 June 2017.

His achingly lyrical first solo album, What Rhymes with Cars and Girls cemented You Am I frontman Tim Rogers’ already formidable reputation as one of Australia’s premier songwriters. Playwright Aidan Fennessy (National Interest) has threaded these beautiful songs across the class divide to create a stunning new tale of contemporary love in Australia.

Performed with a live band, What Rhymes with Cars and Girls is an intimate musical treasure of two lovers brought together by fate – and a pizza delivery gone wrong. It’s a raw and complex urban romance – a balm for the hardest of hearts, and solace for anyone who has ever been in love,

It’s a vernacular story wound around Tim Rogers’ lyrics, an urban entanglement of a couple trying to work out love, passion and problems. This story of two people who come from different worlds is a romance to soften the hardest of hearts and a reassurance for anyone who has ever been in love.

Director: Melissa King Featuring: Jesse Dugan, Danni Gilsenan Musical Director: Craig Irons Set and Costume Designer: Nicole Winspear Lighting and Audio Designer: Jason James Stage Manager: Rose Pidd

What Rhymes with Cars and Girls
Peacock Theatre – Salamanca Arts Centre, 77 Salamanca Place, Hobart
Season: 30 June – 15 July 2017
Information and Bookings: www.tastheatre.com

Image: What Rhymes with Cars and Girls – courtesy of Tasmanian Theatre Company

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