Review of Senior Moments - this post isn't about goats
By Judy Evans
April 15, 2019 7:41am CST
I don’t have any photos from the play we went to see on Sunday afternoon so I’m taking the opportunity to show you this dear little goat. It is five weeks old and a Nigerian Dwarf. It belongs to my nephew and with luck I’ll be bottle-feeding it in September when I help at the Perth Royal Show. The play we saw was called ‘Senior Moments’ and was like an old time music-hall show with a number of short skits being performed. Three of the six performers are very well-known for their TV and film appearances in Australian productions. They are aged 79, 77 and 72. I couldn’t help thinking how wonderful that they were still doing what they loved at such an age. The show has been very successful and has been playing round Australia since 2016. One woman, Benita Collins, was a mainstay of ‘Playschool’, a hugely popular local production. It seems any Australian actor or actress worth their salt has acted in Playschool. Part of Sunday’s performance involved a skit revolving around a TV show called ‘Old School’. The other main actors were John Wood and Max Gillies. John Wood starred in Blue Heelers among other things. @JohnRoberts may know these actors as I believe he has watched many of the Blue Heelers episodes.
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