GET IT WHILE IT’S HOT

 In partnership with Yarra City Council



Experimental theatre company Pony Cam are bringing together a pair of world class chefs for an interdisciplinary cook-off. Artists vs Chefs vs One Very Big Clock.

Half daytime food drama, half live performance, Get It While It’s Hot is a cooking show like no other. A fast-paced, theatrical examination of food as a vehicle for story and skill.

Over 100 minutes of fierce competition, three teams will plate up three courses to a group of discerning judges. There’ll be mystery boxes, technical challenges, cravats, canapés, and theatrical sabotage. Each night a new winner will be crowned. Each night somebody will be going home.

This is a celebration of food. A recognition of labour. A culinary catastrophe just waiting to happen.

Bring your inner Matt Preston and come be part of this joyful experience.

Quotes:
“They possess the talent, commitment and technique to make theatre as memorable as many of the artists they admire” - The Age (Grand Theft Theatre)

“Everyone can cook… But only the fearless can be great.” – Chef Gusteau, (Ratatouille)

“What PonyCam & Co have created is simply beautiful” - TheatreThoughts (Paradise Lots)

“Very fast delivery. Just very low quality ingredients and not much cheese… The ratio is completely off.” - Brett (Dial A Gino’s)

“Deceptively simple but constantly complex.” - Always Time For Theatre UK (A Red Square)


Created by/ Pony Cam
In collaboration with our incredible chefs/ 
Elle Aswin
Nick Ollivier ‘Cooking with The Happy Chef’
Image/ Lucy Rykers

Where/ Abbotsford Convent (North Laundry)
1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford VIC 3067, Australia
When/
Thu 8th Dec - 7 pm
Friday 9th Dec  - 7 pm
Saturday 10th Dec - 2pm and 7pm
Run Time/ Approx. 1hr 45mins Tickets/ https://events.humanitix.com/get-it-while-it-s-hot/tickets

*A small amount of food will be served during this show. Due to a lack of resources, time, and skill - we cannot cater for dietaries. All food will be vegetarian.

This production could not be possible without the generous support from The City of Yarra, the City of Melbourne’s Creative Spaces Program, Abbotsford Convent and Auspicious Arts Projects Inc.