Anton does his best but it’s a tough world out there - what with the Nazis, internment, a loveless marriage and a son he can’t communicate with.
Being Brahms is a much better option, a world of soothing lullabies and the lovely Clara Schumann to drool over, a world where everything seems so much clearer.
Award-winning playwright Gail Louw blends a universal, heartfelt story about fathers and sons with the wondrous music of Johannes Brahms in this new one-man show performed by Andrew Wheaton.
Once described by The Stage as an actor of all parts, Andrew Wheaton has played everything from a dead body in a comedy thriller to multi-role ensemble work, and major roles in productions as diverse as Shakespeare and musicals in the West End and New York.
Presented by Hi-Lo Productions
By Gail Louw
Performed by Andrew Wheaton
Directed by John Burrows