Tracy harris's Blog (9)

Ripples....a dramatic journey



I wanted to write something about ‘Ripples’ as I feel this play has been on its own dramatic journey from the original idea to where it is today in its newfound digital form. I got the commission back in August 19 from RWCMD and Sherman Theatre to write a play as part of  ‘New 2020’ thanks to the support of Philip Carne. I was away in Bulgaria at the time, the sun was shining and I was really excited about beginning a new…


Added by tracy harris on April 30, 2020 at 4:00 — 1 Comment

Creative Practitioner- Music specialist Needed


Gwenfo CIW School and St Fagans CIW school are inviting applications from Creative Practitioners (individuals / partnerships / studios / organisations) to work with two classes of Year 5 pupils (mixed girls and boys) to develop mathematical, problem solving skills, while focusing on collaboration and encouraging the learners to follow instructions. At this stage the brief is relatively open to allow for Creative Practitioners to work collaboratively with the two schools and their…


Added by tracy harris on December 8, 2018 at 7:48 — No Comments

Two Creative Practitioners Needed!

What we are looking for?

We are looking for two creative practitioners to work on an exciting project in Gwenfo Primary School, near Cardiff.


Firstly we are looking for a charismatic and engaging storyteller who can inspire children with their words and performance skills to create, make up and write their own exciting stories. We are open to all forms of storytelling and really want someone who can excite and capture the imaginations of years 3 &…


Added by tracy harris on October 19, 2016 at 7:18 — No Comments

'Bottled' Wales lab in Aberystwyth next week- Tracy Harris, Greg Wohead, Matt Ball.

Dear Matt and Greg,

I've been collecting bottles. I had to personally peel off the labels and It made me very aware of the alcohol I had consumed over a xxx (insert timeframe) It also made me aware of a personal story about a headmaster and his xxx (insert story) that I will tell you about next week- maybe on day xxx (insert day), when hopefully we will start to discuss all the things such as xxx (insert memories and…


Added by tracy harris on March 27, 2014 at 7:45 — No Comments

Rhossili Blog: Lost.Found.Stolen

I’ve recently spent 3 days down in beautiful Rhosilli with Matt Ball working on Lost. Found. Stolen. It was an interesting three days and things seem a bit clearer now on reflection. We spent the time being quite ruthless with the text and what worked and what didn't. We then recorded the fragments that we were happy with and played around with other elements such as music, objects and mapping out chronologically the structure.

We played the game of life .. and I lost!…


Added by tracy harris on December 9, 2012 at 8:50 — 3 Comments

Cove Park Residency- Lost. Found. Stolen

I’m midway through my residency at Cove Park working on ‘Lost, Found, Stolen,’ and things are slowly but surely taking shape. Having a week here with National Theatre Scotland artists has been an absolute gift. It is so nice to meet with new people and share ideas in a beautiful (but very cold) landscape. When I arrived I had bits of songs and bits of texts and a few vague ideas of where the piece may go. The last few days I have tried to fit these fragments together and really get a…


Added by tracy harris on October 31, 2012 at 3:55 — No Comments

Coming this space

Whatever happened to Jane?

Added by tracy harris on June 8, 2011 at 8:50 — No Comments

The Cloak Room

Hiya All,

Just to let you know my new play; 'The cloak room' will be performed on Thursday 4th and Saturday 6th June at 8:45 at The Sherman as part of the Egin: Springboard Festival, before going to the Smithsonian Festival in Washington. Hope you can make it!


'one man, one garage, lots of coats'

The Cloak room by tracy harris

Directed by Amy hodge

Cast: Roger Evans and Siwan Morris

An intriguing… Continue

Added by tracy harris on June 1, 2009 at 7:28 — No Comments

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