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A Case of You, direct from the Edinburgh Fringe

BY Caught & Spark Productions | 05-Sep-2016
Direct from their appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as part of the #madeinadelaide campaign, A Case of You: The Music of Joni Mitchell featuring Deborah Brennan, Max Garcia-Underwood and Chris Neale plays as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival at The Butterfly Club between September 26 – Oct 2.
Venue: The Butterfly Club
Address: 5 Carson Place, Melbourne
Date: 27-09-2016 - 02-10-2016
Time: 5:30pm
Ticket: $25-$32
Buy / Ticket: https://thebutterflyclub.com/show/a-case-of-you-the-music-of-joni-mitchell
: https://www.facebook.com/CaseOfYou2016/
EMail: deborah.brennan83@gmail.com
Call: 0405637280
A Case of You, photo credit: D Cann
Justin Trudeau. Maple Syrup. Moose. Admit it, there’s a little bit of love for Canada in all of us. So, after a sell out season at the 2016 Adelaide Fringe Festival South Australian songbird Deborah Brennan is bringing her love for Canada’s greatest songwriter Joni Mitchell to the stage for one week of performances in the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

The success of the show lies not only in the interpretation of the iconic songs, but also in the commentary that ties these songs together. It’s not just about “old songs in new lungs”. The show is an intimate portrayal of Joni’s biggest works, sprinkled with stories along the way where Brennan reveals the influence certain songs have had in her own life. It’s the narrative that helps make the show more accessible to the audience.

The show was featured in Australian music icon Marcia Hines’ top picks for the 2016 Adelaide Fringe Festival.

RESPONSES

- “The show is a great success...the performers do not shy away from investing themselves fully in their work.” ★★★★ (Rip it Up)

- “Beautiful to watch and beautiful to listen to” ★★★★ (The Clothesline)

- “Give in to your own ‘urge for going’ and experience the raw emotional power of this performance” ★★★★ (The Upside News)

- “Her interpretations are superb. Any fan of Joni Mitchell will want to see this” (Broadway World)