Having seen Cullinan's previous shows The Merger and The Lost WW 1 Diary, which to be correct, were really short, one man plays rather than a stand-up comedy act, I wondered how he could stretch a dance craze into a show. My fears were unfounded.
Barber shops, like ladies’ hairdressers, are traditionally seen as repositories of confidential and often controversial opinions. History, race, colour, bigotry, politics and sex – nothing is taboo in this sanctuary.
Each summer, Western Australia’s finest dancers perform against a backdrop of stars and gum trees at Floreat’s magnificent quarry amphitheatre – a celebration of the raw beauty and energy of human movement.