Don't Make Me Play 'Piano Man'

Don't Make Me Play 'Piano Man' - A black grand piano is in mid air, a frayed rope is tied around the piano. A man is suspended between the piano and a piano stool, it all looks like it is falling. The man wears a fitted red shirt and tight black pants.

Ticket prices

Full Price: $40.00

Concession: $35.00

Premium Seating - Table of 2: $50.00

Companion Card: $0.00

Premium Seating - Table of 4: $50.00

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Duration

60 min

Dates & times

1 Venue

The Chamber at THE QUEENS

Gilles Arcade, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Content warnings

M

Age Suitability:

M

Don't Make Me Play 'Piano Man' - A black grand piano is in mid air, a frayed rope is tied around the piano. A man is suspended between the piano and a piano stool, it all looks like it is falling. The man wears a fitted red shirt and tight black pants.

About this event

He'll happily play Elton John, Carole King or Peter Allen but please don't make him play THAT Billy Joel song. After his acclaimed and hilarious debut cabaret 'I Sing Songs' join Steven Kreamer on a journey through all the great piano hits across the ages.
From heartbreaking ballads to classic pop/rock, discover what 88 keys are capable of and how they brought these iconic musicians into the spotlight. Bringing fresh arrangements to the songs you know and love as well as Steven's cheeky, irreverent style, this will surely be a crowd-pleaser. With his experiences of piano bars and singalong nights he'll make you feel right at home. Just don't leave your drink on the piano without a coaster!

"Powerful voice and mesmerising talent" Stage Whispers.

★★★★★ The Fourth Wall.

Presented by:
Steven Kramer

Steven is a musician, composer, producer and cabaret performer. His one-man cabaret show I Sing Songs featured his original music and was a winner of Perth Fringeworld’s weekly cabaret award.
He has been a pianist for Paloma Faith, Kate Cebrano, Songs for the Fallen (Sheridan Harbridge), Painted from Memory (Michael Falzon), Lady Liberty (Amelia Ryan) and Show Queen (Trevor Ashley).
His musical director credits include Chicago (GFO), The Dismissal (Squabbalogic), Evie May (Hayes Theatre), Nosferatutu (Griffin/Virginia Hyam), Catch Me If You Can (Hayes Theatre), Calamity Jane (One Eyed Man), She Loves Me (Hayes Theatre), Assassins (Hayes Theatre/SOH), Little Shop of Horrors (Tinderbox/Luckiest) and Rent (Highway Run).

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