Emily Jordan
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  • Cardiff
  • United Kingdom
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carmen medway-stephens left a comment for Emily Jordan
"Hey, saw you on an advert this week :)"
Jul 26, 2012
carmen medway-stephens left a comment for Emily Jordan
"Hi Emily, yes I remember now that you've mentioned it lol - what a coincidence that we met Saturday! Will keep you in mind for future productions. It was a great day although there were things that I found quite comical...but has…"
Jul 16, 2012
Kim Strobl left a comment for Emily Jordan
"Hi Emily, can you please email me on kim.strobl@gmail.com and I can send you the script. Cheers, Kim"
Feb 3, 2012
Emily Jordan left a comment for carmen medway-stephens
"Hi Carmen, link is at http://www.spotlight.com/2240-0199-2163 ; Best, Emily"
Feb 2, 2012
carmen medway-stephens left a comment for Emily Jordan
"Hi Emily, Can you send me your spotlight details again please, Thanks, Carmen"
Feb 2, 2012
Emily Jordan joined National Theatre Wales's group
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NTW18 - The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning

One of the most important political stories of our time - Bradley Manning, the US soldier accused of leaking thousands of military cables to Wikileaks - brought to life in this award-winning production by the UK's most exciting new national company. 'A viscerally exciting piece of theatre' (Guardian). **** (Daily Telegraph, Independent on Sunday, TheArtsDesk.com, Western Mail). The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning was first staged across Wales in April 2012 and will be remounted at the 2013…See More
Jan 15, 2012
Emily Jordan joined Lisa Parry's group
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Agent 160 Theatre Company

Agent 160 is a female writer-led theatre company that launched in Cardiff, London and Glasgow and Belfast in 2012. We're returning to Cardiff in October 2014, staging a Fun Palace at WMC.    We put on work in venues across the UK. We add to the amount of produced work written by women. We don’t campaign: we just write about what we want to write about, refusing to be pigeonholed by our gender, age, class, sexuality or location. We write in English and Welsh. OUR PATRONS:  Sharon Morgan, Kaite…See More
Jan 15, 2012
Emily Jordan joined National Theatre Wales's group
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NTW22 - Branches (Working Title)

Join us for an adventure in a forest, where you'll come across things you might not expect. The city streets and party animals are transported to the woodlands for a surreal experience inspired by the stories of the Mabinogion and tales of economic crisis from across the world. This inspiring dance-based piece runs right the way through a forest, taking you to magical places and other worlds. Constanza Macras is known throughout the world as a creator of groudbreaking physical theatre work.…See More
Jan 15, 2012
Emily Jordan joined National Theatre Wales's group
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Actors

An Official National Theatre Wales GroupActors who want to hear about news and opportunities at National Theatre Wales, and keep in touch with each other.Curated by Mawgaine.View the National Theatre Wales Casting Policy here.See More
Nov 19, 2011
Emily Jordan joined National Theatre Wales's group
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NTW20 - In Water I'm Weightless

Inspired by the lives of disabled and Deaf people – poetic and provocatively funny.
Oct 13, 2011
Emily Jordan joined National Theatre Wales's group
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NTW21 - Coriolan/us

8-11 and 15-18 August 2012FromSHAKESPEARE and BRECHTDirected by MIKE PEARSON and MIKE BROOKESFrom the team that created our startling version of Aeschylus’s The Persians on the military training ranges of mid-Wales, the story of Caius Martius – Coriolanus – is re-imagined in the era of 24-hour news, of celebrity culture, and of a new global politics.In association with the Royal Shakespeare…See More
Oct 13, 2011
Emily Jordan joined Mab Jones's group
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RSC Open Stages - Jam Bones production of Troilus & Cressida

I have written a version of Troilus & Cressida, to be staged in March 2012 as part of the RSC Open Stages competition. Chosen plays will be shown in Stratford. Please join if you'd like to be involvedSee More
Sep 14, 2011
Emily Jordan is now a member of National Theatre Wales Community
Aug 26, 2011

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What I do:
Having graduated from The Arts Educational Schools London in 2008 with a First Class Hons Degree, I have since had a varied and exciting career in the industry. My forte is most certainly classical theatre but I have also been involved in some exciting contemporary projects. I am currently based in both London, where I have lived for six years and South Wales, my home country. Having already established some good relationships within the British Theatre scene (I have also begun to make some good contacts in LA after working in the states for 6 months for a New York Theatre company), I am currently in the process of putting a showreel together. Please see Spotlight link for CV and headshots....
http://www.spotlight.com/2240-0199-2163

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At 16:39 on July 26, 2012, carmen medway-stephens said…

Hey, saw you on an advert this week :)

At 12:45 on July 16, 2012, carmen medway-stephens said…

Hi Emily, yes I remember now that you've mentioned it lol - what a coincidence that we met Saturday! Will keep you in mind for future productions. It was a great day although there were things that I found quite comical...but has given me an idea of a workshop I would like to run with young women

At 9:30 on February 3, 2012, Kim Strobl said…

Hi Emily,

can you please email me on kim.strobl@gmail.com and I can send you the script.

Cheers, Kim

At 19:30 on February 2, 2012, carmen medway-stephens said…

Hi Emily, Can you send me your spotlight details again please, Thanks, Carmen

 
 
 

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