THE 2005 ADELAIDE CABARET FESTIVAL
Performances from June 22 - 26
Reported by Bill Stephens
New York visitors K.T.Sullivan and Mark Nadler said farewell to the festival with two performances of "Sweet and Low Down," their elegant and funny tribute to the music of the Gershwin brothers. This was their fifth individual show in a little over a week in Adelaide, and, as we have come to expect from this team, one that was also impeccably costumed, superbly sung and played. Highlights included a tap dance from Mark Nadler accompanying himself while seated at the piano, a hilarious musical tour through the Fred Astaire film "Shall We Dance?" and a finale, which saw them; both dressed in black tails for "Swannee."