The 48-Hour Crock Pot

March 24 – 26, 2018
Performance: Monday, March 26 at 7pm, Progress Lab 1422
Free admission to performance; no advance registration required
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The 48-Hour Crock Pot

The 48-Hour Crock Pot

The 48-Hour Crock Pot lives again!

The first iteration of this exciting event took place in 2014 and was initiated by our then-Student Ambassadors Karina Darychuk and Naomi Vogt. Their intention was to break down the barriers between different theatre training programs and to foster a sense of a larger community of emerging artists. This year, our current Student Ambassadors, Shanae Sodhi (Studio 58 at Langara College) and Olivia Lang (University of British Columbia), are bringing it back to engage a whole new cohort of emerging artists by asking them to consider who we work with to make theatre and how we make it.

The Crock Pot will bring together students from different theatre training institutions around the Lower Mainland and challenge them to create a piece together. They’ll have only 48 hours (!) to devise “something meaningful” — with the help of a few prompts. This resulting work will be presented on Monday, March 26 at 7pm, in the PL1422 studio. Please join us to see what these fearless young artists cook up!

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