Over the past nine years, The Little Red Company (TLRC) has thought and achieved big. In the process of creating clever studies of musical influence(r)s to showcase its co-founders Naomi Price and Adam Brunes’ creative strengths – initially co-writing vehicles for singer/actor Price – it has carved out a unique niche in the Brisbane cabaret and music-based theatre scene and become an independent production house success story.
When COVID-19 shut down live performance venues in 2020, TLRC was one of the first to launch a digital alternative, bringing relief and hope to artists and audiences alike through its 10-week IsoLate Late Show, a variety lineup watched by more than 300,000 individual Facebook users.
Last week, TLRC’s reach was recognised when it received four-year Queensland Government funding for the first time. PR man Brunes remains behind the scenes as marketing director, with frontwoman Price wearing the mantle of Artistic Director.
The latest musical catalogue inspiring the talented pair is that of the James Bond film franchise. Cue a licence to...