vessel [ves-uh l] noun
/ a craft for traveling on water, a ship or boat / an airship / a hollow or concave utensil, as a cup, bowl, pitcher, or vase, used for holding liquids or other contents / a tube or duct, as an artery or vein, containing or conveying blood or some other body fluid / a duct formed in the xylem, composed of connected cells that have lost their intervening partitions, that conducts water and mineral nutrients / a person regarded as a holder or receiver of something, especially something nonmaterial:a vessel of grace; a vessel of wrath.
“Theatre is a very safe place to explore all the really tough things humans face, that we are too afraid to talk about”…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKHMCNTB8sU&feature=youtu.be
Vessel is based on Bunurong Land, Bass Coast Victoria. We are Regional. Indpendent. #wemaketheatrehere:::::Celebrating 5 years of Vessel in 2018!
Tiny PlaYS FOR A BIG COUNTRY (Play for Australia) -a bold gathering of theatrical voices...very diverse playwrights 600 word plays A cast of 6 very diverse actors - Supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria at Arts Centre Melbourne::::: hear Richard Watts on RRR's Smartarts speaking with Patricia Cornelius & Candy Bowers https://player.fm/series/rrr-fm-114922 OR checkout the videos of Emilie Collyer, John Romeril & Tania Cañas on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGLrwUSNer4&list=PLR93WjsE3izJGIuhfHqQm6IzApsj38a76