- Venue: Pinelands Town Hall
- Style: Candlelight supper theatre.
- Menu: Chinese & Christmas pies.
- Writer, director, set design, props: June Wells
- Musical director: Victor Tichardt
- Choreography: Keenan Oliphant
- Sound: Glyn Fogell
- Band: Victor Tichard, Schalk Wasserman & Johan Botha
- Stage manager: Louis de Kock
- Technical team: Tara McPherson, Mechiel Boshof, Erin McPherson
- Production Manager: Tina Gough
- Awards: Certificate of excellence – Chenara Fenton for “Second hand white baby grand”
- Nigel Stevenson: Charlie
- Chris Laurie: Mac, Charlie’s best friend.
- Tanya March: Maria, Charlie’s long suffering wife.
- Chenara Fenton: Patricia, Charlie’s oldest daughter.
- Deirdre Scodeller: Naomi, Charlie’s youngest daughter.
- Greg Tinney: Stan, Naomi’s husband.
- Jacque du Toit: Arnold, Charlie’s son.
- Erika Marais: Simone, long time friend of Charlie & Maria.
- Adrian de Lollo: Simon, Naomi’s wife.
- Elizabeth Stevenson: Brittany, daughter of Naomi & Stan.
- Shaun Browne & Graham Boxall – voice overs.
Greg Tinney (Stan): Being part of the Grand Opening family, both on and off stage, was fantastic. We had such fun together. Playing Stan in the clown outfit was great. He was such a normal husband and father with such grand plans to make it on stage! At least Stan got to sing some awesome songs and be part of the Grand experience. Such a special time for me as an actor to be involved with this crazy group of people!
Chris Laurie (Mac): Doing a magic act, gone wrong, was a hilarious experience. This was a real fun show to do in more ways that I could imagine. The awkward on-stage family was a convivial one in rehearsal and off stage. Some costume changes felt very rushed, but I made it with (almost) all my costume and props onto the stage in time. Making the hat with my daughter Zara made it special for me.