July 2020 Blog Posts (7)

Dirty Protest Theatre - looking for a videographer/video editor (deadline 29 July)

Hi everyone!

We are working with this exceptional artist Katie Payne to R&D and stage her first play My Mix(ed Up) Tape!

We are looking for a videographer/video editor to work with us on an archive and promo video plus ideas for audience engagement and social media activity through video.

We are collaborating with…

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Added by Dirty Protest on July 24, 2020 at 13:00 — No Comments

The Secret Love Life of Ophelia with Dame Helen Mirren

Hello all! I hope everyone is well and staying safe during the current situation!

I've been lucky enough to have been chosen alongside 39 other young actors following a nationwide casting call to perform in Steven Berkoff's The Secret Love Life of Ophelia with the Greenwich Theatre in London.

The play acts as a prequel/side-story to Hamlet, featuring letters written from Hamlet to Ophelia and vice-versa, penned by Berkoff in Shakespeare's…

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Added by Lew Freeburn on July 14, 2020 at 13:54 — No Comments

Wrexham Connection Callout

Over the past few weeks, we have been running the Connection Callout -  a means of getting your letters, poems, artwork and photographs to our local community. We've been blown away by your beautiful submissions and we'd like to thank each and everyone of you who submitted work to us.

At the heart of this callout is No22, a cafe situated in Ty Pawb.Working alongside other organisations, No22 have been cooking…

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Added by Anastacia Ackers on July 13, 2020 at 13:00 — No Comments

Reasons Why Theatre Makes Our Lives Better

Why Theater Matters, a regular feature of theatrewashington.org, owes its inspiration to Howard Shalwitz, artistic director of the Woolly Mammoth Theater Company, and remarks (part of which is listed below) that he made at Woolly's Dinner on September 17, 2011, an eloquent held event on stage.

These words capture the essence of why we at theatreWashington are inspired by theaters, artists, and audiences of all ages…

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Added by James on July 13, 2020 at 7:44 — No Comments

SCREAM- Participant Call Out

There’s numerous reasons why we all need to scream right now, so let’s do just that.



Rachel is inviting you to take part in her latest project SCREAM, by way of video submission.

Taking Part: Please film yourself screaming (landscape mode) and email it over to rachelhelenawalsh@gmail.com by 22.07.20. All ages welcome.

SCREAM will premiere live at OMNIBOSCH, over on …

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Added by Rachel-Helena Walsh on July 11, 2020 at 10:28 — No Comments

"I believe that we need plays like Wolfie at this time because they challenge the limitations we can put on ourselves in terms of how ‘difficult stories’ are told." - Izzy Rabey

My name is Izzy and I’ll be directing the play-reading of Wolfie by Ross Willis for NTW’s Network series. Wolfie is a play I read last year on a train back from London and I inhaled it, quickly deciding it was the next play I wanted to direct. I had never laughed out loud at stage directions before. As a director, you’re always hungry for the next play which is going to churn up something inside you, and ignite this I-Can’t-Not-Direct-This feeling which is…

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Added by National Theatre Wales on July 9, 2020 at 11:00 — No Comments

Wrexham Connection Callout - Monday Motivation #6 / Cymhelliant Ddydd Llun #6

Monday is our Connection Callout day, when we share different ways on getting involved with our Wrexham project.…

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Added by Anastacia Ackers on July 6, 2020 at 13:00 — No Comments

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