In addition to art directing and co-producing this Crockpot Theatre event, Elizabeth is also devising a piece of theatre for Crockpot's performative event in March.
Her piece, A NOISE IN THE DARK, is a look at a first interaction between two people who are keen on each other in a coffee shop. This piece will bridge the gap between reality and the inner narrative running inside the woman's head as she tries to connect with another human.
Theatre encourages and strengthens trust, memory, communication, empathy, community, collaboration and inventiveness. Elizabeth is dedicated to bringing the openness and curiosity of contemplative and experiential practices into a productive learning and creating environment.
Elizabeth Horab is a director, teaching artist, and deviser of theatre that's recently moved to the Twin Cities from the Boulder/Denver area. She received her MFA in Theatre: Contemporary Performance from Naropa University (Buddhist-inspired contemplative education; experiential learning) and BA in Theatre from NDSU in Fargo, ND.