PHOTOS: Mamma Mia takes a bow

Sophie, played by Mayanne Houghton-Gargul.
Tanya, played by Diane Korol and Pepper, played by Jalin Schut.
Sophie (Mayanne Houghton-Gargul) yells at her mother Donna (Laura Jean Cuthbert) when Donna questions her decision to get married so young on the morning of her wedding.
Sophie (Mayanne Houghton-Gargul) with one of her potential fathers Harry Bright (Jay Alblas).
Sophie has a bad dream the night before her wedding when all three of her potential fathers commit to walking her down the aisle.
Mayanne Houghton-Gargul, who plays Sophie, takes a bow to a standing ovation during Saturday night’s show.
Tanya (Diane Korol) flirts with Pepper (Jalin Schut) during “Does Your Mother Know?”
From left: Tanya (Diane Korol), Rosie (Deb Baker), Lisa (Luella Faulkner) and Ali (Bronwen Bird).
Sophie (Mayanne Houghton-Gargul) and Sky (Adrian Palek) at their wedding.
In the end, Sophie chooses her mother Donna to walk her down the aisle. (Mayanne Houghton-Gargul, Laura Jean Cuthbert).
Rosie (Deb Baker) and Bill Austin (Mike Elliott) get caught in some hanky-panky in the courtyard by Father Alexandrios (James Elliott) before Sophie’s wedding.
Donna (Laura Jean Cuthbert) reflects on her life the morning of Sophie’s wedding.
Donna (Laura Jean Cuthbert) and Sam Carmichael (George Pell).
Rosie (Deb Baker) and Bill Austin (Mike Elliott).
Sophie (Mayanne Houghton-Gargul) applies her makeup on the morning of her wedding.
Sophie (Mayanne Houghton-Gargul) and Sky (Adrian Palek) .
Donna (Laura Jean Cuthbert) her young Sophie (Summer Brown)
The cast at Sophie’s wedding, when Donna reveals she doesn’t know which of the three men is Sophie’s father.
Sky (Adrian Palek)
Bill Austin (Mike Elliott) and Rosie (Deb Baker) take their bow.

The Boundary Musical and Theatre Society wrapped up a successful run of Mamma Mia, the smash musical based on the music of ABBA, over the weekend. Four shows from Thursday to Sunday drew sold-out audiences, and transported viewers on a journey to a Greek island as Sophie (played by Mayanne Houghton-Gargul) attempts to find her father in time for her wedding day.

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