The Narrikup Amateur Theatre Society is celebrating after a successful run of its latest show. The original production, titled Jus Cruisin, was performed across three shows on May 19 and 20. NATS president Des McLean said the show was well received by the audiences. “The audience took a mystery cruise on the Egyptian Queen to many places around the world,” he said. “The penguins and seagulls of Stewart Island, New Zealand opened the show. “The ship visited several places including Hawaii, a reservation in the USA, Spanish dancers and a bullfight in Spain and then off to Santa’s Workshop in the Arctic.” The worldwide cruise story included onboard entertainment and refreshments for the audience and finished in Ireland. McLean thanked the production’s sponsors and everyone who contributed to making the show a success. The NATS staged its first production in 1989 and three foundation members continue to take part in productions. Part proceeds of ticket sales from their performances are donated to charity.