The Living Room is a mixer-slash-mingler-slash-meeting for emerging artists to hear from established artists on topics that are important to our theatre community. Each event is centred around a specific theme. Rumble invites all artists who self-identify as “emerging” to join us for these fun and stimulating evenings of conversation and community-building.  It’s a great opportunity to connect, network, and share news in a casual and fun environment.

All Living Room events start at 7pm and are held in the PL1422 studio (1422 William Street, Vancouver). The Living Room is free-of-charge and no advance sign-up is required.



Living Room #15 – How to Chill Out

How do you juggle professional and personal demands while safeguarding your creativity and maintaining good health? Can rest be a radical act? How do we support and encourage one another to take breaks? We’ll explore these questions and more at our upcoming Living Room, which is happening on Sunday, March 3rd. Co-faciliated by Rumble Artistic Director Jiv Parasram and Ariel Martz-Oberlander (Youth Program Manager at The Cultch), this session will focus on the importance of self-care for artists and how to avoid burnout.

Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 7pm
PL 1422 studio, 1422 William Street, Vancouver
FREE Event; no advance registration required



April 29, 2019


The Living Room is co-produced by the Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Alliance.