Hooray for Hollywood

Photo by Bill Campbell.
Photo by Bill Campbell.
The five members of the Keen family, from Palmerston, and an international student staying with them, are all involved in this year's Waikouaiti Music and Drama theatre restaurant production Hooray for Hollywood.

From left, George (14), Lyn, Lauren (11), East Otago High School international exchange student Audi Wu (16) who is staying with the Keens, Dave, and Alex (17), are part of 32 cast members and the 72 production and catering crew involved in this year's production, which began last Tuesday but finishes today and has played to full houses all week.

Hooray for Hollywood, directed by Gladys Hope, is the fifth theatre restaurant production to be staged in the East Otago Events centre, at Waikouaiti, since 2009, shortly after the events centre was built.

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