If God was working today he’d be a professional musician. Probably playing trumpet in a dodgy RSL club in Yarraville or singing an old folk song by Peter, Paul and Mary…
‘Oh God, this what they came for, a live experience and I am giving it to them in abundance’ – Love Kills 2017.
‘We all get hurt by love, and we all have our cross to bear’ – Confide in Me, part of Love Kills 2017
‘At some point we’ve all got love terribly wrong. Love Kills 2017 is putting a voice to those moments in our love lives when everything goes bloody pear-shaped.”
I’m sitting in Father’s Office in Melbourne drinking a vodka, lime and soda waiting for a friend to arrive. She is seeing My Fair Lady at the Regent and is running late. While I wait my mind starts to wander, I sip my vodka, look at the view of the State Libray of Victoria and ponder the fate of the great Australian musical…
Imagine if Formula One driver Jack Bradham or cricketer Sir Donald Bradman were gay? Would they be legends?
Whatever your story of love, if you are an actor or actress who can ‘really act’ then director/writer Noel Anderson would love work with you on Love Kills at the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2017.