THAT’S A WRAP: I Love A Piano cast members David Payne, Tim Lancaster, Saasha McMillan and front (L) Emma Carmichael and Mel Donges had their final performance at the weekend. Picture: Les SmithThere has been a general consensus about the Wagga School Arts’ final show of the year –“it’s not good, it’s great.”
The show’s production and marketing manager, Fay Walters, said audience numbers were a little disappointing but she said those who attended were overwhelmingly pleased with the show.
“I thought audience numbers would be 10 per cent more but everyone who walked out the door loved it,” she said.
“It’s a busy time of year and working from Tuesday to Sunday isn’t an ideal season.
“But we feel we had a very successful show.”
Mrs Walters said everyone in the audience was familiar with the music and could be seen singing along during the show.
“The dominating factor is that every person in the audience knows the songs,” she said.
The final performance yesterday afternoon drew the show’s biggest crowd.
Mrs Walters said the Wagga School of Arts will kick off their 2016 season with an exciting performance of The Kids Have Left, The Dog Died, Now What?
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