Colin Hay: Finding My Dance
Thursday Mar 27 07:30 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $40.00
General Admission: $45.00
About the Performance:
Former Men at Work frontman Colin Hay has undergone a remarkable renaissance, touring with this one-man show of storytelling and song. Born in Scotland, he moved with his family to Melbourne as a teenager, and went on to become an ‘80s pop star with songs such as Down Under and Who Can It Be Now? Now based in Los Angeles, Hay appeared as the mysterious troubadour in Scrubs, and continues recording (his last release was the lyrical Gathering Mercury in 2011). He has performed Finding My Dance for the past year, getting rave reviews wherever he goes.
Hay will take the audience on a musical journey that is his way of “connecting with his authentic self,” singing songs, telling stories (hope he tells the one about Paul McCartney having dinner at his house), and just generally finding his dance—something he started looking for when an Aborigine man once asked him, “Where’s your dance? I used to like your dance, you’ve lost your dance mate, you’ve gotta find your dance.”
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