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THE BODYBAG THE PANTO: OUR TREV PIMPS UP THE OPERA HOUSE

Simply put, I never get to use “trashy” as an honorific.  Trashy or tacky or flashy.  Until now.  Here we go … THE BODYBAG.  It’s playing at the Sydney Opera House and kneel  before me Trevor Ashley and cast as I dub your production deliciously trashy, graciously garish, faaabulously flashy and expertly tacky.  THE BODYBAG, which has nothing to do with, or endorsed by, any other famous work of art or cinema or television etc, is all this and more.  The more is an elegance of craft, skill and talent but that’s boring, let’s talk about the meretricious. Continue reading THE BODYBAG THE PANTO: OUR TREV PIMPS UP THE OPERA HOUSE