Fun side to burgers
Triangular burgers, angry mobsters and angels will feature in Putaruru Theatre Players’ latest show BurgerTown.
The lively musical, set in Chicago, will have its audience in fits of laughter as residents of the small hick town sue a young burger maker for the riches he made selling a triangular burger.
The comedy explores hilarious lawsuits including one where a woman sued the young burger boy for her divorce after she spilled her frozen coke on her husband while in the restaurant.
Marketing co-ordinator and actor Fiona Scanlon said there is lots of really upbeat music with a Grease feel to it.
‘‘It’s all sort of good verses evil and lots of fun songs and good tempo.’’
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One song even harps on about the ingredients of a burger for the full duration.
‘‘ It’s really crazy,’’ Scanlon said.
‘‘The storyline itself is typical with musicals, there’s not much there but there are a lot of songs and you ride along on this crest of enjoyment.’’
All 20 cast members will have their work set out for them, performing nine shows.
Burger time: The cast of BurgerTown are ready to entertain their audience with a hilarious musical that will leave punters in fits of laughter.