Show out­stand­ing

South Waikato News - - NEWS / HE PU¯ RONGORONGO -

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).

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