2016 – May/June: Plaza Suite

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  • “I would like to thank all the cast for a wonderful Saturday entertainment. Haven’t laughed so much for a long time.” Marion Gordon
  • “Just returned from a great afternoon of entertainment. The 12 of us there thoroughly enjoyed the show and you were brilliant. The set up, the stage as well as outside, were great and the singer was a terrific addition. All in all, accolades to everyone who helped to make it the great show that it was. We didn’t expect afternoon tea that was such a lovely touch – and plenty of it. Meanwhile a huge pat on the back for a great performance – it could not have been easy with just two of you holding the whole performance together – and I understand your partner was performing for the first time. Read it in one of the write-ups. He was very natural, hard to believe it was his first time.” Sue Heggie
  • We thoroughly enjoyed the play on Sunday Liane. It was fun. Christine Meijer
  • “Great Night, thanks for the laughs. Best play we have seen at Z-PAC.” Shirley Stubbs
  • “Great work guys, enjoyed the show.” John Borg
  • “Just wanted to share how much we, and everyone else at the matinee yesterday enjoyed the show!! Great casting/acting & hilarious fun!!” Chrissy Hirst
  • “Loved the whole show and left with aching smile muscles.” Adrian Couper
  • “Heartiest congratulations to the entire Z-PAC troupe for a brilliant night of theatre ~ all was superb from the moment we walked into the lobby of The Plaza Hotel! Your attention to detail was really quite outstanding in costuming the volunteers & decking out of the theatre. The “suite” was by far the best set I have seen at any of your productions. Great atmosphere pre show & at interval with Peter & Matt’s fine renditions of so many Sinatra tunes – that was a little master stroke in itself and was the icing on the cake for me.” Roger Bowden, President, Maryborough Arts Council
  • “Friends from out of town went to the show and I felt so proud that our local community theatre impressed them so much.” Pat Hervey