21 May 2010
Snatch a unique theatre experience at RMIT
Snatches, a celebration of diversity of expression, will be performed at the Kaleide Theatre at RMIT.
Snatch a peek at more than thirty brand new short works live on stage next week at RMIT University.
Performed over two nights, the works are part of the 11th annual Snatches - a celebration of diversity of expression, featuring RMIT writers, performers and friends.
RMIT Union [Arts] Director-in-Residence Lynne Ellis said Snatches was a supportive platform for writers and creators to test and critique their ideas in a theatrical environment.
"With a vibrant cast and dazzling costumes, Snatches offers you a theatrical feast of word play where you can gorge on a crazy smorgasbord of extremes. No stone is left unturned."
Each year Ms Ellis sets herself a challenging task, putting out a call for budding writers RMIT-wide to submit short pieces to be performed live on stage.
She then calls for actors. There are no auditions; anyone who wants to can get involved.
Once the cast and crew are assembled there are just four short weeks to pull together, rehearse and stage Snatches.
Snatches is on at RMIT Kaleide Theatre on Wednesday, 26 May and Friday, 28 May at 7.30pm. Free for Friends of RMIT Union [Arts], $10 full/$5 concession.