Thursday, January 26, 2023
Mackay and Whitsunday Life
Having successfully weathered 75 years as Mackay's longest-running community theatre company, Kucom Theatre is kicking off the new year with a season of four one-act plays - two of them written by local Mackay playwright Paul Vander Loos.
"Quartet", a season of one-act plays, is opening on 23 February.
The season includes:
“Murder Most Fowl” and “In Good Spirits”, by local author Paul Vander Loos, directed by Joe Clutterbuck and Brian O'Neill; “Putting Back the Fest”, by Australian playwright Michael Jeffrey, presented by Ken Sanders; and “A Lady of Letters”, from the “Talking Heads” series by Alan Bennett, presented by Tessa King.
What are they all about?
“Murder Most Fowl” centres around a neighbourhood disagreement over a prized rooster that ends with a surprising twist!
“In Good Spirits”, performed as a radio play, follows four friends on a stormy night in which they experience some supernatural events.
“Putting Back the Fest”: the one-act play festival is over. Now it’s time for the presentations - and tonight’s adjudicator is taking no prisoners!
“A Lady of Letters”: middle-aged Irene Ruddock observes the lives of those living around her, and writes letters of complaints to those whose behaviour she deems unacceptable.
Tickets are now on sale at the special price of just $20 each.
Just follow this link or scan the attached QR code to go to the bookings website: https://events.humanitix.com/one_act_plays_2023.
For more information about Kucom Theatre, visit its website www.kucom.org.au or follow on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.