Save the date for LobsterPalooza 2015

2b theatre company is thrilled to announce the seventh annual LobsterPalooza on Sunday, July 26th. This garden party fundraiser includes a summer’s afternoon by the sea at a beautiful waterfront property on Herman’s Island, near Mahone Bay. Featuring Clearwater lobster, prime steak and vegetarian options, pristine Nova Scotian wines and cold beers, fantastic local musical talent, and a silent auction! Check out photos from last year’s event here!

This year we will also be re-introducing our exclusive VIP option for a select few attendees. Amongst other perks, VIP ticketholders will be treated to a sommelier-guided wine tasting of some of Nova Scotia’s finest wines. This special experience has only room for 20 attendees, so book your spot soon!


Get your order in before July 6th, and be entered into our early bird draw! Purchase now by calling 902-453-6267, emailing, or purchase online here!

Can’t make the event but still want to contribute to 2b? Check out our Virtual Lobsters as an alternative way to donate. See our Virtual Lobsters page for more details.

2b R&D at NSCAD

Throughout the month of May, 2b is working at the Academy Building at NSCAD University with professor David Clark on a collaborative research project involving the application of technology and new media to performing arts and storytelling. Research involves video projection mapping, motion tracking, physical computing, model building, theatrical staging and interactive installation work.

The participants from 2b include Anthony Black (artistic co-director of 2b), Daniel Oulton (2b’s emerging artist in residence), and freelance projection designer and frequent 2b collaborator Nick Bottomley. Activities include:

  • Development of a larger-stage format version of 2b’s production of When it Rains, applying and reworking the projection techniques developed for the award-winning production.
  • Set, Projection, and Lighting Design workshop for Ambition, Melancholia, and a Tin of Sardines, a new play in development by Michael MacKenzie
  • Research and development of body-tracking technologies that track actor position onstage and relay data to a projector to create an automated, projector generated follow-spot.
  • Workshop of The Copenhagen Interpretation, a new work by David Clark, and experiments with interactive installations.

Please join us for an open house on Monday, May 25th at 5 pm on the third floor of NSCAD’s Academy Building (1649 Brunswick Street, access on the north side via the fire stairs). The team will demo some of the projects they’ve been working on. RSVP to