Now in its 16th year, Snatches is a night of short theatre pieces, dance, music, poems and short films, all written, directed and performed by RMIT students.
Snatches has, and continues to be a platform for hundreds of diverse new short works. It is the springboard for emerging playwrights, wordsmiths and ‘give-it-a-goers” who bravely share their words to be spoken and performed for the first time in the public arena. Fledgling performers take flight and realise their voice in an environment of pure support and encouragement. Over 15 new works will premiere in a theatrical feast of word-play, where you can gorge on a crazy smorgasbord of extremes, served from a menu that offers everything from black comedy to drama, monologue to poetry. No stone is left unturned! Performed as part of the acclaimed Melbourne Fringe Festival, it is an amazing opportunity to be part of a world class festival. Staged in the Kaleide Theatre, there is never a free seat, the aisles often crammed with latecomers craning to get a glimpse of the one of the purest, rawest theatrical events of the Fringe.
Tickets are free, but we ask that you RSVP here.
If you are a performer or crew member, we have a facebook group to chat about the show here.
(Photos by Sarah Lay)