2023 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Kucom Theatre's 2023 Annual General Meeting was held on Tuesday 28 March.
THE 2023 COMMITTEE
Standing, from left: Joe Clutterbuck, James Hunter, Tessa King (Treasurer), Jayne Royal
Seated, from left: Bronwyn Grannall (President), Mayor Greg Williamson (Patron), Carolyn Roche (Secretary)
Inset: Maureen Coleman (Vice President)
Congratulations to Maureen Coleman, Ken Sanders, John Irvine and Bronwyn Grannall, who were elected Life Members at the AGM.
2022 - KUCOM'S 75th BIRTHDAY
2022 marked Kucom's 75th anniversary as the oldest continuously operating community theatre in Mackay, and we celebrated in style with some great shows:
21 April to 1 May: Dinkum Assorted, by Linda Aronson, directed by Luana Royle
14 to 23 July: The Vicar of Dibley 2, adapted from original TV scripts by Richard Curtis, directed by Bronwyn Grannall. A Mackay Festival of Arts Fringe event
27 October to 5 November: The Foreigner, by Larry Shue, directed by Maureen Coleman and Sarah Ralph
Kucom Youth Drama Group performance, Saturday 12 November 2022.
Our 2023 program:
25 February to 4 March: season of one-act plays
Murder Most Fowl and In Good Spirits, by local Mackay playwright Paul Vander Loos
Putting Back the Fest, by Michael Jeffery
A Lady of Letters, by Alan Bennett (from the Talking Heads series)
6 to 15 July: Perfect Wedding, by Robin Hawdon, directed by Kathryn Evans. A Mackay Festival Fringe production
Early Bird bookings open 24 April.
19 to 28 October: Things I Know To Be True, by Andrew Bovell, directed by Victor Scott (performing rights pending)
The Kucom Youth Drama Group will not be meeting every Wednesday in 2023, but members will be focusing on preparing an original script for performing later in the year.
There will also be a series of Happy Hours and Club Nights. Members Happy Hour will be held on the last Friday of every month (except February, October and December), from 6 to 7.30pm, during which time a Members Draw will be held. For more information as it comes to hand, follow us on Facebook.