3 Crate Productions


3 Crate Productions

3 Crate Productions are a new company founded by director Peter Scott and performers Emma MacNab and Hannah Lloyd. Our aim for the company is for it to work with a range of different performance styles and genres whilst exploring different theatrical processes.

Location: Cardiff
Members: 77
Latest Activity: May 23, 2016

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Comment by Hannah Lloyd on January 29, 2016 at 14:13

CASTING CALL – ‘My Mouth Brought me here’


3 Crate Productions are casting their collaborative research and development project ‘My Mouth Brought me here’


We are searching for performers interested in exploring the theme suppression of freedom and expression. We will be looking at the different reasons why people move, migrate, flee, escape or leave their homeland in search of new abode. We are working with poet Eric Ngalle Charles and will be using his series of poems ‘My Mouth Brought me here’ as a basis for exploration.



3 x performers (minimum 1 musician)

Strong devising skills

All actors able to create rhythm


Project Dates are from 23rd – 28th February 2016. Auditions and rehearsals shall all take place in Cardiff.


Pay £300


Please send CV and cover letter to hello@3crate.com

Comment by Peter Scott on January 15, 2015 at 17:03
Casting Notice
3 Crate Productions is casting for their next production of  ‘Blavatsky’s Tower’ by Moria Buffini at Chapter Arts Centre in April. Directed by Peter Scott
 Project dates are from March 23rd till 11th April 2015. 
Pay £900 for the project
We are looking for actors that are interested in the works of practitioners such as Stanislavsky and Michael Checkov, and enjoy experimenting in the rehearsal room and creating in-depth characterisations. 
3 Crate Productions a Cardiff based theatre company is excited to bring the Welsh premier of ‘Blavatsky’s Tower' to Chapter. 
Hector Blavatsky and his 3 children live in a top floor flat have not left in 20 years. We meet the Blavatsky’s when a doctor comes by to treat Hector who is blind, dying and seeing visions.
Casting for: 
Hector Blavatsky- Male, playing age 50-65 
Roland Blavatsky- Male, playing age 20- 25 
Auditions will be held week of the 26th January 
To apply please send your CV and cover letter to 3crate@gmail.com 
Comment by Emma MacNab on September 8, 2014 at 18:38
We had a great time at TEAM Workout on Saturday working on a few pieces for an evening with 3 crate for Made in Roath. Looking forward to sharing an evening of comedy theatre with you all.
Comment by Emma MacNab on July 9, 2014 at 21:05

We're blogging about our rehearsal procees for Henna Night here: http://3crate.wordpress.com/ 

If you have any particular questions abbout our rehearsal process send one of of a message we'll endevour to answer.

Comment by Emma MacNab on June 15, 2014 at 20:00

Tickets for our next show Henna Night are on sale here: http://www.chapter.org/ccf-henna-night Showing at Chapter Arts 21st and 22nd July.

Comment by Emma MacNab on May 26, 2014 at 11:47

3 crate were part of the may day celebrations at Made in Spring, hosting family friendly drama workshops and games for free for the local community.

Comment by Emma MacNab on April 19, 2014 at 14:45

We will hopefully be heading down to Scratch that Itch at the Sherman next week. Looking forward to seeing some new pieces of work and meeting some other Wales based companies.

Comment by Emma MacNab on March 30, 2014 at 18:12
I'll be representing 3 crate at team workout in April to work on some festival sketches for an event 3 crate are part of. Come along of you'd like to collaborate!
Comment by Peter Scott on March 17, 2014 at 11:44
Latest blog post about our R and D work on 'Jordan' http://3crate.wordpress.com/2014/03/16/feedback-on-jordan/
Comment by Emma MacNab on March 3, 2014 at 17:07
Work has started on 'Mozart and Salieri' now. Peter and Jack have cast the piece and conversations have been flying round about the music, set and concept alongside the characters journeys. It's very different to our last piece, and it's very exciting to see how it's progressing.

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