Cabaretica joins the chorus of community voices demanding powerful, evidence-based action to address the escalating climate and biodiversity crisis that threatens everything. If not us then who? If not now, then when? This devastation of life is happening on our watch, and we are determined to act – and sing!
Louise O’Dwyer (MC), Bradley Storer and Satta take us on a journey – with facts, fights and hopes – into the challenges, as well as the many opportunities, that the climate crisis presents. And who is this, Coral Bleach?
This event is presented in association with CLIMARTE and ClimActs
Bradley Storer is a Melbourne based cabaret and music theatre performer specializing in Weimar-inspired and dark contemporary cabaret. Exploring the extremes of human existence and examining the underbelly of modern society, Bradley has been dubbed ‘the Dark Princeling of Melbourne cabaret’ with his show Trickster receiving critical acclaim across multiple seasons both locally and nationally.
Image: Joel Devereux
Louise O’Dwyer is an actor, singer, musician and writer who has been dressing up and performing since birth. Recent fabulous experiences include working with Punctum Inc. as their songster punk mermaid in the Cooling House project, playing the passive-aggressive AC in the zoom version of The Play’s the Thing, and her splendidly fun roles in Work Show.
Image: Nada Dickman
Satta is a singer/song-writer and pianist from Melbourne, Australia. Singing in utero and playing piano since age 7; her work has been compared to Sara Bareilles, Alicia Keys and Missy Higgins. Satta’s songs are designed to delight your auditory nerves, whilst drawing out the introspective nature of the listener. Enjoy!
Photo credit: Packing Light Photography