"There are too many awful people, who I don't care about", I thought to myself as I scrolled through today's paper. I got to about page fifteen or thereabouts, and decided I really didn't want read any more. So I pulled out my laptop, and went looking for some more interesting reads. Surry Hills Breakfast … Continue reading Breakfast Thoughts
By the time I got home on Friday night, I was absolutely exhausted. The last week has been crazy busy. At work, I have an important role to play in co-ordinating part of ABC Radio's response to breaking news events. Last week's "leadership spill" had me working long-hours throughout the entire week, with a high … Continue reading Then & Now
In high school, in 1982 or 1983 (I can't remember), we studied the play "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf". As we read the play in class, my teacher chose me to play the role of George. Typecast? My friend Sue played Martha. Anthony played Nick. Louise played Honey. We all loved our roles, and continue … Continue reading Two Terrific Plays
My initial attraction to "Mothers and Sons" was Tim Draxl. I've followed his career since the 90s, and fondly remember interviewing him as a nineteen or twenty year old singer "on the way up". Since then, I've seen him perform a number of times, and I've seen him in a number of movies. Mothers and … Continue reading Mothers and Sons
As soon as I saw it advertised, I booked tickets straight away. It was an evening at one of my favourite cabaret bars in Sydney - Bar Me - featuring one of my favourite cabaret singers - Tim Draxl - doing the works of one of my favourite jazz musicians - Chet Baker - so … Continue reading Tim Draxl sings Chet Baker
About half way through tonight's show by Tim Draxl at The Civic I found my mind wandering. "What's he going to do next?", I thought to myself, adding "He's done music, cabaret, films. Where's his headspace at?". Minutes later he articulated my very thoughts. "A lot of people have wondered what am I going to … Continue reading What will Tim Draxl do next?