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An insight into the processes of World Renowned Theatre Director, Thomas Ostermeier.

After a short residency at Edinburgh back in August this year (2016) 12 Directors across the UK were selected to spend time with the Artistic Director of Schaubühne Theatre Berlin, Thomas Ostermeier, to research and question European methodology and directing processes in practice.Here are some notes and reflections on the link below of the key insights that were shared..…See More
Nov 3, 2016
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NTW19 - Little Dogs

LITTLE DOGS In partnership with FRANTIC ASSEMBLY Inspired by DYLAN THOMAS Across the city, hearts are beating and the mating ritual has begun. In the nightclubs, the bus shelters, the back streets and the sand dunes, daring girls and reckless boys engage in a desperate dance while the less fortunate observe and pretend it doesn't hurt. Created by Frantic Assembly, and staged in Swansea’s richly atmospheric Patti Pavilion, this…See More
Oct 21, 2011
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NTW17 - A Provincial Life

One of Wales' greatest writers and directors, Peter Gill, returns to his native city with a portrait of provincial life in 1890s Russia. Based on Chekhov's poignant short story, A Provincial Life follows one young man's struggle to exchange his privileged position for the life of a worker.  This painful, lyrical play dramatises the search for equality in a way that resonates deeply today.See More
Oct 21, 2011
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WalesLab

WalesLab is no longer receiving submission. This page is an archive and a place for dicussion on previous WaleSLab projects.If you'd like to get in touch with someone about WalesLab, please contact Simon Coates, Creative Associate. For more info on the projects we've supported you can see the links on the right hand side. You can join the group to be kept up to date about projects as they continue to change and to see notifications of future opportunities.See More
Sep 21, 2011
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Citrus Arts

We create thoughtful and progressive works that sit between theatre, circus and dance.Founders Bridie & James Doyle-Roberts formed Citrus Arts in Wales so we could collaborate with the best creatives we can find, in the spirit of 'Help Us to Help You'.See More
Jul 31, 2011
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Fresh Apples

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Profile Information

What I do:
Freelance Theatre Director and Lecturer in Performance at Bangor University
A little more about me:
Hi! I've been directing professionally for the last 5 years. Staging productions with the Welsh National Theatre (Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru) on a regular basis as well as Associate director of theatre company for children and young people 'Fran Wen' up until the end if 2015. I established a new young people's company 'BRAIN' with the company back in 2011 which is still going from strength to strength.

My creative interests are in the process of bringing people together and always questioning the potential of, what theatre can bring to our lives, and how can we continue to explore new ways of communicating the form with existing and new audiences? I'm always looking for work that 'talks' to us in contemporary society, that makes us think about how we live in the world, now.

I direct on a national level as well as site specific with in devised and new writing processes.
Location:
Caernarfon, North Wales
Projects I’m working on:
Just finished directing a Welsh Translation of Gary Owen's play, 'Mrs Reynolds and the Ruffian' (Mrs Reynolds a'r Cena Bach) with the Welsh National Theatre (Theatre Genedlaethol Cymru) this May 2016 and was selected as one of 12 UK Directors to participate in a research with the World renowned director, Thomas Ostermeier, in August 2016 (in collaboration with Living Pictures, Goethe Institute Glasgow, Schaubühne Berlin and The National Theatre of Scotland).
Personal Website/CV:
http://in development
Twitter @username:
@ffionhaf24

Ffion Haf's Blog

An insight into the processes of World Renowned Theatre Director, Thomas Ostermeier.

After a short residency at Edinburgh back in August this year (2016) 12 Directors across the UK were selected to spend time with the Artistic Director of Schaubühne Theatre Berlin, Thomas Ostermeier, to research and question European methodology and directing processes in practice.

Here are some notes and reflections on the link below of the key insights that were shared..…

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