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Dash Kruck Debuts Cabaret Piece At Hayes Theatre

20 August 2015 | 1:04 pm | Staff Writer

Brisbane and Melbourne Cabaret Festival hit comes to Sydney

A hit at the Brisbane and Melbourne Cabaret Festivals, the Hayes Theatre Co now brings Queenslander Dash Kruck's debut comedy cabaret, I Might Take My Shirt Off, to Sydney.

Telling the tale of a shy and seemingly unremarkable gay guy named Lionel after a break-up, I Might Take My Shirt Off sees him go to a German therapist whose advice is to at once go and perform cabaret, the better to express and process his feelings. Of course, the intimidated Lionel has never done cabaret before and all manner of fun ensues.

Full of original tunes Kruck has cowritten with composer Chris Perren, I Might Take My Shirt Off challenges the classic cabaret form while remaining utterly entertaining. Part of the Hayes Theatre, Elizabeth Bay's Month Of Sundays program, I Might Take My Shirt Off play for three Sundays from 20 Sep.