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Pianist/comedian David Scheel has made a speciality out of making fun of music, both classical and not-so-classical. So much so that he is now regarded as arguably the finest musical humorist in the world, in particular thanks to his international hit show Don’t Shoot Me, I’m Only the Piano Player. Now, by public demand, David is back with the long awaited sequel, Don’t Shoot Me, I’m STILL Only the Piano Player!
This is another wonderful blend of piano and comedy, full of lots of new material, including Theme and Variations on a Popular Cell Phone Ring Tone, a cutting edge, thought provoking and very funny look at Boris Johnson, Brexit, Donald Trump, Sco-Mo and Greta Thunberg, (guess which of those is the only one to come out unscathed!) with perennial favourites such as David’s classic “translation” of the lyrics of Waltzing Matilda, all delivered in an amazing range of comic voices and accents.
Plus, of course, beautiful piano music revealing David’s skills as a serious concert pianist. And not just the classics – in this new show David also offers up brilliant arrangements of Broadway hits and his wonderful medley of the most popular tunes from the two world wars has already attracted much critical acclaim, even though it only recently premiered.
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100% audience capacity:
Following NSW Health guidelines, this event has increased to 100% audience capacity. We encourage you to consider your comfort levels in a busy theatre setting before attending.