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Comment by Michael Kelligan on January 9, 2010 at 16:19
Moving into the sixth year of his very successful On The Edge script-reading project Michael Kelligan will be presenting his company’s first fully staged production this month at Chapter. ‘The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde As Told To Carl Yung By An Inmate Of The Broadmoor Asylum.’(Based on the book by Robert Louis Stevenson) by Mark Ryan. The play was first presented as a reading in last years programme. Now he directs this new production bringing together two actors, Dean Rehman and Nathan Sussex who have both been noted for their strong performances throughout the On The Edge project. Dean Rehman first came to prominence with his very strong performance in Kelligan’s production of Utah Blue by Dic Edward in which he played the embittered murderer Gary Gilmore. He then went on to repeat the performance in a production at Sherman Cymru and has since worked with many companies throughout Wales including Clywd Theatre Cymru and Hijinx Theatre. Nathan Sussex was first spotted for his moving playing of the denied father in Patrick Jones ‘Absents’ and for a particularly captivating and sensitively judged performance in Ian Rowland’s controversial play ‘Blink’ also directed by Kelligan. He has more recently been seen in Coronation Street and Judge John Deed.

‘The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde As Told To Carl Yung By An Inmate Of The Broadmoor Asylum.’(Based on the book by Robert Louis Stevenson) will be presented at the Chapter at 8pm from Wed. January 20 until Sat 23 Tickets £10 (Concessions £8)
Comment by Fiona Curtis on January 8, 2010 at 21:26

I've just moved to cardiff and really wanting to get involved in the years productions.

I'm a production manager and the majority of my experience is from working on site-specific events - from galleries to beaches. If there is any way I could get involved in the NTW productions - get in touch!

Fi x
Comment by National Theatre Wales on December 21, 2009 at 22:42
Hi Greg, it's in my diary. If by chance I can't make it I'll ask one of the team to come. Hope rehearsals go well. J
Comment by Greg Cullen on December 16, 2009 at 15:43
A brief "heads up" before Christmas about my new show "Muscle" at Chapter Arts Centre on January 15th/16th. Its based on interviews with men of all ages and walks of life across Wales. I'm collaborating with Choreographer Phil Williams, dance music composer Gareth Evans and designer Angharad Matthews. I've also assembled a brilliant cast, some of whom have never acted before but come from the world of music, dance, martial arts and performance poetry. Quite a few others come from the Royal Welsh College! Its very much an experiment with forms interacting on stage. We're using actual footage of the interviews, mixed with verbatim theatre, contemporary dance and song. Initially the show will be a work in progress with the intention of developing it into a whole piece later in the year after feedback.

Some of the stories I've been given are extraordinary, shocking and passionate, whilst others are delicately poignant, or downright ridiculous, but then that's men for you.

I hope John McGrath and his crew get along to see it, but I certainly extend an invitation to all and sundry and look forward to your comments.

Right....back to the script!

Greg Cullen
Comment by National Theatre Wales on December 15, 2009 at 20:39
Thanks to everyone for their help and support on our New Work and Artist Development Policy. Here it is! JNew Work and Artist Development Policy and guidelines.pdf
Comment by National Theatre Wales on December 15, 2009 at 20:36
Hi Everyone. Here's the news our our emerging director initiative - the chance for six new directors to become part of our launch season. You can download the details here. Emerging Directors final.pdf
Comment by Anna Eveleigh on December 13, 2009 at 13:14

I am i young Lighitng Desginer just about to graduate from Welsh College in Cardiff. I thought i would join this group as it sounds really exiting! and im glad to see that others are extied about this too. Ill attach a CV to my profile just in case. x
Comment by terry chinn on December 10, 2009 at 13:43
I'm glad to see this online forum set up here,Improbable theatre company with Devoted and Disgruntled had been going for sometime in a Londoncentric way for a while.
Comment by Alex Robertson on November 30, 2009 at 22:53
hi team,

just joined the group and thought i'd say hello. am really glad to be a part of this. its really nice to see others excited about it too.

all the best, alex
Comment by Victoria John on October 13, 2009 at 13:56
Hi there,
I am from Velvet Ensemble, we have a group on NTW. We are a theatre company who are looking to develop and produce engaging, accessible theatre which gives a platform to the female experience. We are looking to get in contact with some strong female directors. We have been selected as one of the companies for WMC's Incubator Project 2009, which we are very excited about. We are going to be undertaking a 2 week new writing process.
Please get in contact - let us know what you've been up to and, more importantly what work you love doing!
Look forward to hearing from you!

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