Grenoble-based performer and writer Caroline Sniatynski presents two preview performances of her new solo show I Want to Tell You Something, which will feature at the Prague Fringe Festival in June.
A mix of theatre and storytelling, I Want to Tell You Something is an intimate theatrical experience in a small space for a small group. Will there be paper boats, flashlights, secrets, teapots? Probably. Come prepared to share.
“I’m very excited to have the opportunity to preview this show in Grenoble,” says Caroline, the writer and performer of the piece. “Previews are a great chance for a performer to test out a show before its ‘official’ opening, and for an audience to see and respond to the development of a piece. I’m also looking forward to the chance it will give me to meet other English-speaking theatre lovers in Grenoble!”
Featuring both personal and fictional stories, I Want to Tell You Something explores the simple act of talking to other people, and how we hide, reveal, or change perceptions of ourselves depending on what we choose to tell others. “This is the first solo show I’ve created,” says Caroline, “and I’m looking forward to moving on to the next stage of sharing it with an audience!”
Caroline Sniatynski is a graduate of the Theatre Performance Program at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. Since finishing school three years ago, she has performed and directed with several Vancouver companies, and has created two original works for the Vancouver Fringe Festival. She has made theatre in backyards and on rooftops, with cookies and with iPods, and even with formal place settings at a dinner table for eight. She has lived in Grenoble for almost exactly one year.
I Want to Tell You Something
Wednesday, May 23, 7pm and 8:30pm
At the Hammam Café, 6 rue Colbert, Grenoble
Tickets: 5 euros
Reservations (recommended!) and info:
07 61 50 17 90