Goodbye 2015 ….. Hello 2016
As we celebrated our 2nd birthday towards the end of 2015, plans were in motion for an exciting 2016 season. We are thrilled to have two research and development productions for the first quarter of 2016, thanks to the arts council Wales. We at 3 Crate HQ are excited to share the news.
‘Killer Cells’ – our first work of 2016 is a story about a personal journey of optimism and resilience.
Our second project will be revealed at the beginning of February ….. so pop back for all the news!
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New Season … new work
As the nights draw in and the long summer nights dwindle, we’ve take stock of the work we researched and experimented over the summer with. We spent many wonderful hours exploring and creating worlds for new productions. Everyone at 3 Crate have been thrilled with the commitment, hard work and creatively that came from our actors and creative who joined us. We’re still keeping it under wraps for now but pieces we’ve been working on have been:
Alice in Wonderland
Each project has it’s own identity and we are very excited to see how these develop into the next stage. We’ll keep you posted …
Experimenting with Shakespeare
During the month of May, 3crate Productions will begin their next research and development (R&D) project. We are thrilled at 3Crate HQ to experiment with our Director Peter Scott’s process of working with a classical text. We shall be working on three scenes from three different plays by the great William.
Please check back for exciting updates on our next project!
We are currently in the beginning phases of a Rehearsal and Development on Mozart and Saliari by Aleksandr Pushkin along with a news article that was written about the events leading up to Morzart’s death.
We will be exploring new rehearsal process to develop a piece of experimental theatre based on the script and article. incorporating live sound, mixed performance disciplines and exciting new design concepts