English comedy by David Tristram
one 30 – 50, Sergeant Plod – enthusiastic but bumbling
one 40 – 60, Inspector Drake – brains of the duo, long suffering partner of Plod
25 – 50 – plays 8 roles
Actors will be asked to recite “Mary had a little lamb” in a variety of emotions (e.g. ecstatic, depressed, confused).
Mary had a little lamb,
Its fleece was white as snow,
And everywhere that Mary went,
The lamb was sure to go.
Limited cold reads from the script may also be used
Rehearsals – Mon & Thu nights from 7pm @ ZPAC (starting Feb 8th)
Season 30 April – 16 May
Please contact the director David Coleman on 0408 074768
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.
And there’s something even more disturbing. The trusty Sergeant has been troubled by a recurring nightmare. It’s a nightmare involving spiders, and the image of a man, lying dead. That man is Inspector Drake. Is this just another confusing flashback? Or the horrible truth of Drake’s final destiny? After all, when the Black Widow lays her deadly trap, it’s just a matter of time.