Zelia Horrell gets us into the spirit with the Prologue from Rush! as she offers to take us back 'to yesteryear'.
|Melanie Grindell and Lisa Moore|
|Andrew Edgar and Jason Fullerton|
Belinda Fraser gives her rendition of a traditional folk song while practically doing the laundry in canvas town.
|Jason Fullerton and Andrew Edgar|
|Ailsa Williamson and Belinda Fraser|
|As Sarah the bartender, Zelia Horrell likes 'thirsty people with gold'|
|Jane Robertson as Mrs Mac can't wait to 'diddle that mole, Sarah'|
|Eamonn McNicholas and Jane Robertson|
|'Without me, I wouldn't have gotten my beer!'|
Belinda Fraser is Julia Eichardt telling the audience a bit of local history and offering them a room in the hotel - the first in Queenstown to have electric lighting!
David Cantwell treats us to a poem, The Spell of Otago, which was originally The Spell of the Yukon by Robert W Service.
|'I wanted the gold and I sought it'|
|'There's the land. (Have you seen it?)'|
|'You come to get rich (damned good reason)'|
|There's a land - oh, it beckons and beckons|