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MERCURY THEATRE WALES ARE CASTING
Well it's looking like we're in for the long haul lockdown - we hope everyone's staying safe & well.Like everyone else Mercury Theatre Wales are having to adapt our plans, so here's our news:-
We'd like to thank Cyngor Celfyddydau Cymru / Arts Council of Wales for supporting our forthcoming Homelessness R&D project.Despite the lockdown, our project will still be starting in May and we'd like to hear expressions of interest for the following roles:-Actor 1 - Female 30s/40sActor 2 - Female 20sActor 3 - Male 40s/50sActor 4 - Male 20s/30sFilm-maker interested in experimenting with set projection.
We are particularly interested in hearing from actor/musicians with good vocal ability and a South Wales base.Mercury Theatre Wales is committed to inclusive casting.Initial meetings and sessions will be done by Zoom.
For more information and to apply, please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 24th April.
We look forward to hearing from you.
2 Actors needed - WNO Bluebear'ds Castle Filming
18+ All abilities welcome. Feel free to invite whoever you want!- play!- improve creative skills.- develop improv techniques.- enjoy!Cost: Donations accepted to help pay for the space/insurance.Continuing fortnightly if there is enough interest.Future performance possible.
We have a few places left at our HAMLETS Hubs in Newport and Cardiff - starting this Saturday 9th (WMC) and Monday 11th (Newport Riverfront). HAMLETS is a free Wales-wide project exploring the possibility of creating a massive ensemble of young Hamlets. Working with some of Wales' most dynamic theatre-makers we are looking for 18-25 year olds to come along and explore their experience of life in Wales today through Hamlet. All genders and all levels of experience (including none) very very welcome ... details below or email interest to email@example.com.
MERCURY THEATRE WALES - SYNERGIZE
Are you an actor/writer/producer/stage manager/director?
Come and join us for our next SYNERGIZE meeting, this Monday 30th September 5-7pm, Tesco's Community Room, Western Avenue, Cardiff.
Synergize is the habit of creative cooperation. It is teamwork, open-mindedness, and the adventure of finding new solutions to old problems. But it doesn't just happen on its own. It's a process, and through that process, people bring all their personal experience and expertise to the table.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
WANTED - CHOREOGRAPHER & DANCE TEACHER
To choreograph dances and musical numbers in a variety of different styles for a showcase production. To teach dance to students of varying abilities.
Aged 5 - 13, varying skill levels and experience.
Weekly classes (2 hours, Wednesday evenings.) Possible extra classes on Tuesdays as a production nears.
Qualified to teach dance. Skilled in many styles (Ballet, Jazz, Musical Theatre, Contemporary, Street etc...) Experienced in working with children. Experience of producing performances (Musicals, Plays, Dance Shows, etc...)
£30 per 2 hour class.
September the 11th, 2019 - April, 2020. (With a possibility of continuing on afterwards.)
Please email a short personal statement and CV to
Closing date August the 28th, 2019.
MERCURY THEATRE WALES
Our next SYNERGIZE meeting will be on Monday 24th June 5pm - 7pm in Tesco's Community Room, Western Avenue, Cardiff.This month's session will be led by actor & director Lynn Hunter and open to all actors, directors, writers and producers. If you'd like to join us please email email@example.com for more details.
SYNERGIZE is the habit of creative cooperation. It is teamwork, open-mindedness, and the adventure of finding new solutions to old problems. But it doesn't just happen on its own. It's a process, and through that process, people bring all their personal experience and expertise to the table.
Meeting at 10 am will we begin with a short writing exercises and continue silent writing until 12 pm.
Money collected at the retreat is used to pay for the space and its upkeep. If you can, please pay the suggested donation of £8 or £5 concession.
Spaces are limited, so please email Paul Stoyle at firstname.lastname@example.org confirm your place or visithttps://zenpens-silentwritersretreats.yolasite.com/ for more information.
“All know the way, few actually walk it”
- Zen proverb
I am not after the gig, Travis. However I do think actors of whatever age should be paid for their labour. Don't you?
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