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CASTING BREAKDOWN. New work from NTW and QUARANTINE.

Casting Breakdown: A new performance piece from National Theatre Wales and Quarantine National Theatre Wales (NTW) is collaborating with leading UK contemporary theatre company, Quarantine, to create a new piece of performance for the NTW’s  next season. The production will look at ideas related to language and migration - with a focus on the relationship between ‘voice’ and identity and the enforced learning of language as part of the immigration…See More
Aug 30
Brynley Stone left a comment for Mawgaine Tarrant-Cornish
"Hi Mawgaine, I did apply for an audition, on the 10th may, re we're still here, but i've heard nothing? Can you let me know what's happening please? I would love to be a part of this, Bryn"
May 22
Brynley Stone commented on Mawgaine Tarrant-Cornish's blog post WE'RE STILL HERE: Casting Breakdown / Dadansoddiad o'r castio
"good afternoon, I did apply on the 10th may, but I haven't heard anything? would love to be involved..   Rob (male) 50s – early 60s  is ideal for me.. Regards, Bryn"
May 22
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WE'RE STILL HERE: Casting Breakdown / Dadansoddiad o'r castio

WE’RE STILL HERECasting Breakdown WE’RE STILL HERE by Rachel Tresize is a play about 5 steelworkers at the time of the Save Our Steel campaign in 2016.  Inspired by conversations with steelworkers, union members and the wider community, We’re Still Here will be the first theatrical response to one of the biggest recent news…See More
May 8
June Campbell - Davies commented on Mawgaine Tarrant-Cornish's blog post NTW CASTING: Lifted by Beauty: Adventures in Dreaming
"Dear Mawgain, Call you please pass on an Urgent Message for Mark Storer, just to say that I enjoyed the workshop immensely and that Im gutted that I didn't receive the message for the second audition on friday, for some reason the message from…"
Jan 29
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NTW CASTING: Lifted by Beauty: Adventures in Dreaming

LIFTED BY BEAUTY: ADVENTURES IN DREAMINGNational Theatre WalesMade with the people of Rhyl, Lifted By Beauty: Adventures In Dreaming is a response to the austerity agenda that has brought us to our knees.Together we re-imagine how we might live and in…See More
Jan 18
Mawgaine Tarrant-Cornish posted a blog post

Casting: City of the Unexpected: Giraffe Unicyclists and Mr Mole

We are now casting the following professional roles on Roald Dahl’s City of the Unexpected: Giraffe Unicyclist – we’re looking for talented individuals with giraffe unicycle skills to be part of exciting outdoor scenes for large crowds. For more information on the production and how to get in touch, please read on. Mr. Mole. – Male actor. Champion and partner in crime to Mr Fox, Mr Mole keeps a cool head throughout his friend’s escapades and is a key character in the weekend. Mr Mole will be be…See More
Aug 2, 2016
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Casting: FRANK R&D

ABOUT FRANKFRANK is about Frank. Frank Thomas. A real-life 18-stone ex-rugby-scholarship-winning bear-of-a-man. His father was a friend of the Krays and once knew a guy who kept a monkey in a box. He lives with a Scottish drug dealer and a computer hacker. His only friend is the cult 90’s American TV show Northern Exposure, a show he sometimes imagines he’s part of…FRANK is devised by Frank Thomas and the Collective. It’s a piece inspired by the real life of Frank Thomas, the environmental…See More
Jul 19, 2016
Mawgaine Tarrant-Cornish commented on National Theatre Wales's group Actors
"Hi everyone,  We're after some professionals with some amazing skills for City of the Unexpected, including aerialists, Chinese Pole artists, a BMX expert, Parkour artist and unicyclists..! Check my blogs here and here for all…"
Jul 13, 2016
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Casting Parkour Artist and Unicyclists !

The next professional roles in our City of the Unexpected cast to be filled are 1 parkour artist and two unicyclists. If you've got these skills please read on and get in touch (with your CV and showreel if possible) asap.We'd like to meet people during the week commencing 18th July. Thank you!Other roles still being cast include aerialists, Chinese Pole artists, a BMX expert and more...…See More
Jul 13, 2016
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City of the Unexpected - More Casting

   CITY OF THE UNEXPECTEDWales Millennium Centre & National Theatre WalesDirected by Nigel Jamieson17-18 September 2016, Cardiff city centre National Theatre Wales is casting for various roles in City of the Unexpected. Cardiff will celebrate the centenary of one of its most well-known sons, Roald Dahl, with an extraordinary…See More
Jul 1, 2016
Amber Pullen commented on Mawgaine Tarrant-Cornish's blog post City of the Unexpected - Casting
"I'd love to be part of this! Especially as one of the chefs, or the ladybird in insects"
Jun 23, 2016
Wyn Hopkins commented on Mawgaine Tarrant-Cornish's blog post City of the Unexpected - Casting
"Hey, I really want to be involved with this. I'm learning to act at the moment, I have applied to be a volunteer but would be great to be one of these awesome characters"
Jun 23, 2016
stuart rodger commented on Mawgaine Tarrant-Cornish's blog post City of the Unexpected - Casting
"i would like to put forward and apply for any of the carachters relevant,male actor of 45.would like to be spider especially "
Jun 22, 2016
Mawgaine Tarrant-Cornish posted a blog post

City of the Unexpected - Casting

These roles are now cast. For our current break downs see my latests blogs.. we're looking for highly skilled performers including unicyclists, parkour artists, Chinese Pole artists aerialists and more... CITY OF THE UNEXPECTEDWales Millennium Centre & National Theatre WalesDirected by Nigel Jamieson17-18 September 2016, Cardiff city centre National Theatre Wales is…See More
Jun 20, 2016
Mawgaine Tarrant-Cornish commented on National Theatre Wales's group National Theatre Wales TEAM
"Hi TEAM,  We are very pleased to have Sharon Murphy and Emer McGowan visiting us this week from Draíocht, a multi-purpose arts & entertainment centre in the heart of Dublin’s Blanchardstown. Sharon and Emer would…"
May 9, 2016

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What I do:
Executive Assistant at National Theatre Wales
A little more about me:
I grew up in Cardiff, studied Drama in beautiful Aberystywth and Advanced Theatre Practice at Central School of Speech and Drama, London.

I was Emerging Director on Praxis Makes Perfect in 2013 and joined NTW as Executive Assistant in April 2014.
Location:
Cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
I get involved with production, fundraising, R&D, casting and more.
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CASTING BREAKDOWN. New work from NTW and QUARANTINE.

Casting Breakdown: A new performance piece from National Theatre Wales and Quarantine

 

National Theatre Wales (NTW) is collaborating with leading UK contemporary theatre company, Quarantine, to create a new piece of performance for the NTW’s  next season.

 

The production will look at ideas related to language and migration - with a focus on the relationship between ‘voice’ and identity and the…

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Posted on August 30, 2017 at 14:30

WE'RE STILL HERE: Casting Breakdown / Dadansoddiad o'r castio

WE’RE STILL HERE

Casting Breakdown

 WE’RE STILL HERE by Rachel…

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Posted on May 8, 2017 at 9:59 — 1 Comment

Casting: City of the Unexpected: Giraffe Unicyclists and Mr Mole

We are now casting the following professional roles on Roald Dahl’s City of the Unexpected:

 

Giraffe Unicyclist – we’re looking for talented individuals with giraffe unicycle skills to be part of exciting outdoor scenes for large crowds. For more information on the production and how to get in touch, please read on.



Mr. Mole. 
– Male actor. Champion and partner in crime to Mr Fox, Mr Mole keeps a cool head throughout his friend’s…

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Posted on August 2, 2016 at 14:30

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At 11:27 on May 22, 2017, Brynley Stone said…

Hi Mawgaine,

I did apply for an audition, on the 10th may, re we're still here, but i've heard nothing?

Can you let me know what's happening please?

I would love to be a part of this,

Bryn

At 10:09 on October 4, 2014, Justin Teddy Cliffe said…

Hi Mawgaine!

It's Justin Cliffe off of Tin Shed Theatre Co. Thought I'd send you a cheeky invite to some comedy stuffs we've got going on in Newport next week.

Hi Simon!

Thought I'd post an invite to you for a Comedy Cabaret night and a couple of other events we've got on the go for ComedyPort next week.

http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/events/trash-comedyport

Hope you can check it out.

Justin

 
 
 

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