Prepare for an
uproarious journey through classical music as Australian pianist and comedian
David Scheel, brings his internationally acclaimed show, Don’t Shoot Me I’m
Only the Piano Player, to the Potato Shed 2pm Sunday 25 February.
comparisons to the likes of the late Robin Williams and Peter Ustinov, Scheel
transforms familiar tunes into comedic masterpieces, showcasing his versatility
by performing in numerous accents and voices.
Known for his
unique ability to blend humour with classical music, Scheel's repertoire
includes playful renditions of folk tunes in various old master styles, a Bach
piece played with one hand and an Andrew Lloyd Webber piece with the other
Mayor Trent Sullivan
Shed draws critically acclaimed shows such as ‘Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only the
Piano Player’ to the Bellarine Peninsula for the enjoyment of all Greater
Shed is a welcoming and dynamic cultural hub that will entertain, inspire and
challenge audiences with its diverse range of quality performances.
concerto, inspired by the 20 worst tunes ever written, promises to be a comedic
highlight as is his hilarious translation of the lyrics of Waltzing Matilda.
multi-award-winning show promises an evening filled with delightful piano music
and infectious laughter.
as funny as any, wittier than most, and, uniquely, a concert pianist of
international stature... He stands alone, in a class of his own." [BBC
Arts Review, London]
cleanest, funniest show in London...perfect timing, delicious pausing for
maximum effect" [The Stage, London]
unique combination of classical piano and comedy. The audience was enthralled
from start to finish" [WGAM (CBS) TV, USA]
Book online or call the Box Office on 5251 1998.