Spooners for Crooners @ Berkelouw Books Eumundi

Planet Clare

a shivering song and dance act exposing the facade of the croon

Let the melodic charm of the Crooners take hold!

Crooners for Spooners is a two hour musical experience inspired by Karen Carpenter’s coos over her Superstar, who ‘told me you loved me baby’ and Patsy Cline’s brave ‘walks after midnight.’

Crooners for Spooners is a collection of reactive swoons that reimagine the empty romantic antics of crooners past and present recreated in spaces where the lights are low and the energy electric.


Introducing The Talented Cast:

Stephen Meldrum has supported artists like Willie Nelson and Silverchair and facilitated sound performances from Concert Bands to electronic motion triggered audio installations. Stephen is currently developing a global music education platform.

Skye McNicoll, an instrumentalist and performer on violin and drums draws on styles from Country to Klesmer, no-wave to Noise and has performed in venues from Cairns to Hobart and Japan, Skye’s improvisational mystique is effeminately disarming.

Genevieve is a physical theatre practitioner specialising in character acting & storytelling. With a BA in Fine Arts Theatre (QUT), diploma in Movement analysis & Theatre creation (Lecoq pedagogy, Belgium & a diploma in Commedia dell’Arte (FAVA, Italy) Genevieve’s solo shows tour Fringe & Arts Festivals around Australia.

Sara McLean is a jazz saxophonist studying at Qld Conservatorium of Music. She holds an Associate in Music, (AMEB) & the Trinity College ATCL performance diploma. Featured on albums, Ghosts We Forget by Suicide Swans & Kyle Jenkins album Meltdown, Sara takes inspiration from Cannonball Adderley and Art Pepper.

Interdisciplinary artist Clare Cowley experiments with voice in a range of mediums. With BA of Fine Art with Honours, she exhibits and performs at galleries and festivals nationally and internationally. With album To The Bottom and recent single released Like The Muse, Clare features on collaborations including Room Dreams by Selfism.

Capacity of venue is only: 40





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