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playing The Maids - 5 star review

A lovely 5 star review for playing 'The Maids' 


Grab the chance to see this unusual international collaboration in Wales of Korean, Chinese-Singaporean, Irish and American artists

Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff

Thurs-Sat 19-21 February and Friday-Saturday 27-28 February, all at…


Posted on February 21, 2015 at 5:01

Intercultural dramaturgy: playing the maids

An article I've written on intercultural dramaturgy in 'playing the maids' has been published by Exeunt magazine: http://exeuntmagazine.com/features/playing-the-maids-intercultural-dramaturgy/

Posted on February 17, 2015 at 0:17

Stage Manager wanted Feb 2015

Stage Management Position:

The Llanarth Group wishes to hire a Stage Manager for its forthcoming premiere of the co-created performanceplaying 'the maids'  for a two week run at Chapter Arts Centre Theatre in Cardiff (with a performance in Brecon) between 16-28 February, 2015. The Stage Manager should also be able to help with basic/simple technical direction. Two weeks pay at Equity minimum. Please contact Phillip Zarrilli, Artistic Director, The Llanarth Group a.s.a.p. to…

Posted on December 18, 2014 at 2:06 — 2 Comments

Woman of Flowers

A new blog on reinventing old stories on the eve of Woman of Flowers opening and going on tour....


Also listen out for performer Sophie Stone (last seen in NTW's 'In Water I'm Weightless') and me on Woman's Hour talking about the reinvention of this old Welsh story on Wednesday…


Posted on September 20, 2014 at 22:36 — 1 Comment

juggling productions

Latest on 'The 9 Fridas' in Taipei, 'Woman of Flowers' in England and Agent 160's Fun Palaces in Cardiff Bay


Posted on September 1, 2014 at 19:10

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At 2:53 on May 25, 2014, Gemma Prangle said…
Hi Kaite,

Is Phillip doing any training this summer? I hope you are both well.

Gemma x
At 0:31 on October 18, 2013, Paul Jenkins said…

Lovely to see you too Kaite .... how wonderful to be off to Japan ... very exciting! Hope you have some great adventures and very much hope our paths cross again too. Do keep me posted about [Playing] the maids ... love to see the full production come to fruition. Paul x

At 11:12 on May 11, 2013, Paul Jenkins said…

Hello Kaite - don't worry - I think you did reply already! I keep hearing about your adventures from the mellifluous Tom Wentworth. Hope our paths cross soon ... X

At 23:57 on August 1, 2012, Paul Jenkins said…

Hello Kaite, I just wanted to say what a joy it was watching 'In Water ...' last night. I've never experienced such a fragmented piece of theatre conjure such a sense of completion and whole. By the end of the show I felt not only the celebration of the performers bodies but also the uniqueness of my own as witness to the event. I have been away in Bulgaria training with a Grotowski-inspired theatre company in Sofia and I really hope to bump into you sometime to share stories. Very best wishes for the future of this beautiful piece of work. Paul.

At 1:04 on February 8, 2012, Gemma Prangle said…

I found those 'how did I get here' articles. Really inspiring and have given me a lot of confidence.

Thank you and see you soon hopefully =)

At 22:57 on January 26, 2012, Sarah Mumford said…

Hi Kaitie. I'm just wondering if you'll be taking The Echo Chamber anywhere else? Having been following your blog and finding the whole process fascinating, I really want to see it! I'm based up in N Wales, and things are pretty busy, so it's unlikely I'll be getting down to Cardiff in the next week. Hope it all goes really well, sarah x

At 13:25 on January 8, 2012, Sarah Mumford said…

Thank you for sharing the link to your blog! Coming from a dance/movement background, the whole process sounds fascinating, wishing I could be a fly on the wall. Have been having an amazing few weeks of meeting incredible people, sharing ideas, all really inspiring, which has made me really look at my work and processes, re-evaluate, and look at ways of rediscovering movement and where it can go, reading your blog has just confirmed this again, so thank you! To add to this, whilst watching your 'warming up' video, I came up with a whole new movement improvisation idea, so often we get stuck using the same methods, or 'borrow' ideas from others, that this feels like a real epiphany! I'm not sure if it came from the music on your video, the images, or both, or an accumulation of all that has been happening over the last few weeks, but thank you for even more inspiration! Looking forward to reading more on your blog, sarah.

At 5:54 on December 17, 2011, Teifi Emerald said…

Thanks Kaite!

I was reading your blog, I liked the image of your hands with the ox heart.



At 3:38 on November 22, 2009, sarah anne morton said…
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At 22:53 on November 1, 2009, Drama Association of Wales said…
Thank you so much Kaite. We're looking forward to hearing all about it. I've asked a couple of the students to write an article for the next DAWN magazine which I know will be of great interest to our members. Teresa.

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