Pauline Mills would like to think that the spectacular show being put on by Putaruru Theatre Players is suitable for all audiences.
The Tokoroa resident was the winner of South Waikato News’ free reader giveaway to BurgerTown’s matinee show on Sunday and she said she couldn’t have been more impressed.
The comedy, set in a run-down burger shop in Chicago, was hugely entertaining, Mills said, with singing dancing and outstanding acting.
Standouts on the night were Danny O’Riley who played burger boy Luke Maddren and Dominic Bowers- Mason who played Spew Money, the franchise owner.
‘‘They were all good but they just stood out,’’ she said.
Mills said she has never taken part in theatre before, but is a strong supporter of both the Putaruru and Tokoroa crews.
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION: Act Two of Putaruru Theatre Players’ BurgerTown is opened with a singing war about which diner is the best.Onion World girl (Patricia Robinson-Hill), left, battles it out with Treasure Burger Pirate (John McLean), Spanky’s Cage (Karen Goodacre), Rick’s Lunch-on-stick Clown (Dominic BowersMason) and Fry By Night Burgers (Haily Maddren).