Where can I find a class or workshop?
Our weekly classes are currently held in Ashmore at Bellevue Park State School, Burleigh at The Junction and Coomera at the Coomera Community Space. We are always looking to expand our location so if you know somewhere that will be a perfect fit, please let us know.
When can I enrol into a workshop?
We take enrolments for the upcoming term at the end of each previous one. Our classes and workshops follow the QLD school dates for terms/semesters.
Do you run termly or by semesters and how much do they cost?
Our ZigZag Theatre Ensemble for Grades 7–12 is a semester-long training program.
Am I able to trial a class before I enrol?
Of course! We run free trials in the first three weeks of term. Click here to view our free trial classes.
After this time, we close our doors so our ensembles can form strong connections, grow in confidence and feel brave enough to take creative risks.
How do I enrol into a class/workshop?
Simply visit our Enrol in a class page.
My child completed a class/workshop last term. Does their enrolment roll over to next term?
If your child is in one of our ZigZag Tots or ZigZag Primary classes, you will need to re-enrol them for the upcoming term.
If your child is in our ZigZag Theatre Ensemble, their enrolment will roll over from Term 1 to Term 2 and from Term 3 to Term 4, as this workshop is a semester-long commitment.
What does my child need to wear and bring?
They’ll need to wear clothes they can comfortably move around in. There’s a lot of physical activity in our drama classes, and that’s why we respectfully recommend they avoid dresses and skirts.
Please ensure your child brings a water bottle along, and ZigZag Theatre Ensemble participants will need a a pen and notebook too.
Who shall I contact if my child is going to be absent?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 0477 843 134.
Are parents allowed to stay and watch?
Parents of our ZigZag Tots participants are encouraged to stay and actively participate with their little one.
For parents of our ZigZag Primary and ZigZag Theatre Ensemble participants: unfortunately, not. Having an audience – particularly one they know – can add a performative element to classes, which can make some students feel less confident to contribute and perform before they’re ready.
Of course, there are some circumstances where exceptions are made, so please feel free to get in touch and have a chat with us about it.
Are there opportunities for me to see my child perform?
Yes! In our ZigZag Primary classes, we hold a small performance in the final week of term, and we’d love families to attend.Performances demonstrate the skills your child will have learnt and give you the opportunity to see these in practice. At the end of the year we hold an end-of-year showcase so class participants can get a feel for a stage, lights and sound.
In our ZigZag Theatre Ensemble workshops, there will also be the opportunity to see the students’ production at the end of the semester.
What is your cancellation policy?
Once you have enrolled in one of our classes, we cannot provide a refund.
In the unlikely event that we must cancel a workshop, you will receive a full refund.
Do you offer discounts?
We do offer a 10% discount for siblings. Please be sure to let us know at the time of enrolment.