Dusty Limits: Mandrogyny
How did a little boy obsessed with dinosaurs grow up to be a louche singer in make-up and heels? ‘The king of cabaret' (Canberra Critics Circle) sings songs about love and death, self-pleasure and radical social policy, and tells his life story, most of which is probably lies. Bawdy, hilarious, scathing and melancholy.
'If only the show was twice as long. Do. Not. Miss. This.' **** (Scotsman)
'Great songs, superb writing, wonderfully witty. Sometimes outrageous; often provocative; delicious throughout' ****½ (TheClothesline.com.au)