When oil tycoon John Johnson is found with a huge sword in his back, it looks like a straightforward case of dying illegally. But things in Drake’s world are never as they seem. Why was Johnson badly disguised as his own wife? Why had he eaten a tortoise? And why do all the women in the house look similar?
For once, Sergeant Plod thinks he knows all the answers. And so he should. After all, he’s relating the events through a series of flashbacks, so he knows how it all ends. But if Plod is right, the legendary Inspector Drake is about to make a terrible mistake.
Dear Z-PAC Theatre members I am standing for President at the AGM, next week on Wednesday 4th March, and I am hoping for your support to continue the great work that Liane and the team have done over the past years.
When I came to Hervey Bay in 1996 and discovered the lovely theatre, I took on the role of Teen Theatre Director, which I continued with for over 2 years and immediately auditioned for a show, working with fellow actor Ken Lee (when we were young Ken!). As many of you know I have acted, directed and provided front of house support for Z-PAC productions. I have also held Management Committee positions of Artistic Director and Secretary. My most recent work was acting in Bombshells last year.
Liane & Steve originally asked me to nominate for secretary but as I listened to more people and reflected on my time with Z-PAC I felt I wanted to give you the chance to actively choose a president. Whilst I have some ideas about what our future could hold my key message is that this is a community theatre where everyone should enjoy what they do, be treated equally and always be respected & supported in everything they do.
I sincerely love the way that Z-PAC embraces the community it’s part of; I’m lucky to have joined at such a great time and am keen to continue the outstanding work done to date.
Z-PAC Theatre is very pleased to provide Drama classes for all interested people 6 years and over. We are offering 4 different age groups: 6-9 years, 10-12 years, 13-17 years, 18+ years.
Drama classes began in 2019 – running school terms, with a performance at the end of the year – under the instruction of Tim Holstein.
Z-PAC Theatre is a finalist in the 2019 Fraser Coast Business & Tourism Awards, under the Not-for-Profits and Charities Category.