Emily began producing live performance events in 2008, taking the lead in a collective of young theatre makers and performers in her hometown of Vancouver, she directed and produced a small scale fringe production of Timberlake Wertenbaker’s 'Our Country’s Good’. She continued producing while she was training at East 15 Acting School with productions of ‘Why I hate Utah’ by Andrew Ferguson and self producing her own play ‘Angry Young Men’.
In 2011 she co-wrote and co-produced the comedy musical ‘Sex Ed: The Musical!’ with Isobel Wolff, later taking a full production of the musical to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012. The show was well received, garnering a collection of 4 and 5 star reviews.
Following a brief dip into the world of stand up comedy in 2013, Emily produced an hour long stand up show in Vancouver called ‘Emily Snee is Bifurious’. After planning to take the show to the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, things took a slightly different turn when she decided to take a step back from stand up comedy and present 40-60 minutes of her original songs.
Ms Snee as a producer...
More recently, Emily have produced live music events, starting with ‘Then Spoke The Thunder’ at the Garage - which was the seed that the strange glittery baby that is Thrash Cabaret grew from.
In late 2016, the inaugural Thrash Cabaret launched - blending cabaret and rock, the night was a roaring success and prompted Emily to book in 4 dates for 2017 and there are plans in the work for one or two mini versions of the event (or Baby Thrash events, if you will).
She will continue to produce live events and will soon begin work on producing a tour for The Fascinators in summer 2018.