Unabashedly romantic, What Rhymes with Cars and Girls is a tender musical adapted from Tim Rogers’ iconic solo album.
Playwright, Aidan Fennessy, has threaded Rogers’ beautiful songs together 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 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.
Produced by The Tasmanian Theatre Company
as part of the Festival of Voices
Director Melissa King
Assistant Directors Jack Lark and Ellen Roe
Musical Director Craig Irons
Lighting and Audio Designer Jason James
Stage Manager Rose Pidd
Cast Jesse Dugan & Danni Gilsenan
Dates Friday 30 June – Saturday 15 July
Venue Peacock Theatre, Salamanca Arts Centre
Duration 90 minutes (no interval)
Patrons Advice Frequent very strong language, sexual references.