Writers Dai Smith and Allyson Summerhayes have combined their talents in writing this fantastic new musical. Script writers Richard Burman and Stefan Pejic are very excited to be onboard with this project which will hopefully be staged to some degree this year. Have a
and please leave a comment we would love feedback and your thoughts on…Continue
Added by Tim Riley on January 31, 2012 at 20:21 — No Comments
I am looking for someone to do a voice over but I am looking for something specific:
- must be a Welsh speaker
- must have a voice considered to have 'warm tones'
- a Canadian or East of USA accent
- mature tone of voice
- can be male or female
It's tall order I know...but can someone help me?
Added by Victoria Jones on January 31, 2012 at 19:30 — No Comments
At the end of 2011, National Theatre Wales produced a micro comedy drama, broadcast on BBC Radio Wales as part of a review of the year programme called, The Year That Was. The programme broadcast on New Year's Eve 2011 and looked at National Theatre Wales' first year shows as well as the second year of shows ahead…Continue
So tonight is the opening night for Act One's production of King Lear! It all feels a little surreal at the moment - for so long Madi and I have been in charge, and now it's all down to our cast and crew. It's like being on a roller-coaster that has started moving. You're strapped in and there's not a heckuva lot you can do...
We're trying to blitz some last-minute promotion. The work we've done so far it seems to have paid off. Tonight is sold out completely, and the other…Continue
Added by Piers Francis Horner on January 31, 2012 at 13:56 — No Comments
Well, I'm extremely new to this!
Attended an Ensemble meeting Friday for 'A Provinicial Life' NTW17, and was told about the good old NTW community! :) NTW17 is the first project of NTW's that I have been involved in and I am so so excited! Met the rest of the ensemble and the NTW team Friday and everyone seems so lovely, helpful and positive! Really looking forward to working with everyone on this incredible project! :)
left to right - Euan…Continue
Tuesday 31st January Barnabas Arts house is having an open meeting for anyone who wishes to do something creative in Newport and doesn't have a space or the atmosphere in which to do it.
I recently discovered this building in Newport and it's fantastic!
A renovated church Barnabas Arts House boasts; A Cafe, a Gallery, Artist Studios, and underneath it all is located an awesome miniature theatre! Complete with stage. This space doubles up as a bespoke…
Volcano are launching a new scheme for supporting young and emerging artists and companies. Have a look at the link below. The scheme is open to all performing / live artists and companies based in Wales especially those living and working in South / West Wales. Applications will be accepted from 1st February.
Just a few publicity photos from rehearsals.... Two days to…Continue
Added by Piers Francis Horner on January 29, 2012 at 13:12 — No Comments
Three days to go! Awesome rehearsal yesterday - the music is really complimenting the action well, and the guys' characterisations are pretty much spot on. Everyone's really excited for the opening night on Tuesday, and it's great to be sorting out the lighting effects. The strobe was collected today, which should add a lot to the storm scenes and the climactic final battle. The get-in is tomorrow - we'll have the set up finally. Having seen it build up in stages, it'll be great to see it…Continue
Added by Piers Francis Horner on January 28, 2012 at 14:35 — No Comments
Well, today I'm going down to the Pics awards with the famous Film Team. I can't wait much longer! My friend that is nominated are Euan Miller, I wish him tremendous luck and I hope they win!
But I've been editing my latest film and I think it is going pretty well! There is a strong plot for once and the story line is funny and interesting. I'll post a link to it when it is finished.
Added by Jack O'Connor on January 28, 2012 at 12:54 — No Comments
Dear NTW Community,
Act One Drama Society is putting on a modern version of Shakespeare's King Lear. It starts next week (Tuesday) and is running until Sat 4th Feb, in the YMCA theatre, just off the Walk, in Roath. Act One is a primarily student based acting company, but is aiming to widen its appeal this year. Everyone is welcome. More information, including ticket purchase information on the King Lear event page (see my profile on NTW).
I am now offering exclusive masterclasses in actor training, performativity, vocal coaching, technical theatre, directing and tutoring/teaching theatre and drama.
Contact me for a quote.
Added by Daniel O'Gorman on January 25, 2012 at 23:30 — No Comments
A few thoughts and photos on the nature of the much (and unfairly?) maligned technical rehearsal - from today's tech' at Chapter.
Added by Kaite O'Reilly on January 25, 2012 at 23:26 — No Comments
The latest post about getting The Echo Chamber, a collaboration between Ian Morgan, Phillip Zarrilli, Peader Kirk and me, with design by Ace McCarron can be read at:
Added by Kaite O'Reilly on January 23, 2012 at 23:24 — No Comments
Everyone at NTW has been thinking a lot about the future recently as we are about to embark on developing our next three-year plan.
In the summer of 2011 we asked TEAM members about their vision for NTW in 20 years time and much of this has already shaped our thinking. Here is a clip from what our performers (…Continue
With Contemporary dance theatre wales involved in a major olympic project,
the usual collaboration with RWCMD design students for alternative routes, has been cancelled
We have 2 MA design students and a small budget, if you have project that needs support between now and
July, let me know.
Every summer It’s My Shout Productions takes 6 scripts from new writers across Wales and produces them to make 10-minute short films for broadcast on BBC Wales in the autumn. Ahead of this summer’s scheme, we’re looking for 10 minute scripts (that’s…
Added by It's My Shout Productions on January 23, 2012 at 13:22 — No Comments
My last blog post was before Christmas. There was a moment when I considered the possibility that this issue may be linked intrinsically to a bout of festive laziness. However, this moment was a brief one, and the thought was quickly dismissed. I then began to wonder whether the lack of blog post was due to a lack of Welsh Theatre, but then I remembered I’d already written that blog, so I couldn’t go down that route for fear of becoming tedious and languorous, repeating the same old…Continue
Added by Elin Williams on January 22, 2012 at 18:17 — No Comments