Who Would Have Thought?
Written by Louise Fantinel
Oct 3rd, 10-12
Z-PAC Theatre has been awarded funding from the Regional Arts Development Fund provided through Fraser Coast Regional Council and Art’s Queensland, to produce a film. The film, Who Would Have Thought? follows the ups and downs of a series of characters who are reacting to situations imposed upon them by the times we find ourselves living in. The characters are a Daughter with a mother in a nursing home, an Uncle trapped in India, an Office Worker – working from home and her partner, a Bride-to-be organising her wedding and Couple on a cruise ship, trying to get home. There are also group scenes which may incorporate more actors. It’s funny and sad and relevant as the stories reflect what is happening in Queensland now and over the past months. Auditions for the film are being held at the theatre on Saturday October 3, from 10 am to 12 pm.
Directed by Jonathan Sharp
8 Performance Dates: TBA
- Tuesday, Thursday – 6:00pm to 9:00pm
- Saturday – 10:00am to 5:00pm
Colin Mudford is on a quest. His brother Luke has cancer and the doctors in Australia don’t seem to be able to cure him. Sent to London to stay with relatives, Aunty Iris, Uncle Bob and his awkward cousin Alistair. Colin is desperate to do something to help Luke. He wants to find the best doctor in the world. And where better to start than by going to the top? Colin is determined to ask the Queen for her help. Along the way he befriends Ted Caldico and through this unlikely friendship comes to realise that his true place is at home with his family.
This moving story illuminates deeply serious issues about illness and loss counterposed with bright moments of humour. Charming, heartwarming and quirky characters make for a larger than life production.
- Colin – (male or female) Age 15 – 25.
- Luke / Alistair – (male or female) Age 12 – 20 .
- Mum / Auntie Iris – (female) Age 30 – 55.
- Uncle Bob – (male) Age 30 – 55.
- Ted – (male) Age 25 – 45.
- Dad / Griff – (male) Age 25 – 45.
- 2 – 4 Ensemble Members – All ages. (filling multiple roles, doctors, nurses, pilot, police etc.)
See audition pack for details.
Directed by Jonathan Dunn
9 Performance Dates: TBA
- Tuesday 4:00pm – 8:00pm
- Saturday 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Directed by Jeff Sweeney
9 Performance Dates:
- Charity Premier: December 2 – 7:30pm
- December 4, 5, 11, 18 – 7:30pm
- December 6, 12, 13, 19 – 2:00pm
- Sunday 1:00pm – 4:00pm
- Wednesday 6:30pm – 8:30pm
If you are interested in auditioning for one of these productions, please have a look at the individual audition event for further details (roles, audition pieces, etc).
When auditioning for a production, please check the calendar to ensure you are available, not only for the show dates, but also for the rehearsal dates.
By auditioning you are agreeing:
- That you have read the Rehearsal Schedule and you have no current commitments which would cause you to miss rehearsals and are able to attend ALL performances
- Anyone under the age of 16 has their Parent/guardian permission to be fully involved in the production
- If successful you will give full attention to the production and will accept the directions of the Direction team.
- You are, or agree to becoming, a financial member of Z PAC Theatre
- For productions with children in the cast, all cast members will be required to submit an application for a Blue Card (Note: There is no charge for this application)
Auditions for the following productions have been held and the productions have now been cast. Thank you very much to everyone who auditioned for these shows. It was a very difficult decision to choose who to cast. If you did not get a role, you are encouraged to get involved in shows in other ways – helping backstage, helping with props, costumes, front of house etc. Everyone is welcome!
Please Contact Us if you’re interested in one of these roles.
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