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Castio: Y Tylwyth- Eisteddfod Genedlaethol

Mae’r Eisteddfod Genedlaethol yn awyddus i wahodd actorion sydd yn siarad Cymraeg i gyfweliad ar gyfer rhannau yn Sioe agoriadol yr Eisteddfod - Y Tylwyth.  Manylion pellach am y sioe/cast wedi ei atodi Casting%20Breakdown-%20Y%20TYLWYTH%20.pdf Cynhelir y clyweliadau yng Nghaerdydd (lleoliad ac amser i’w gadarnhau) ar Sadwrn, Ebrill 6ed. Os oes diddordeb, a fyddai modd…See More
Mar 27
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Dec 13, 2018
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Sinead Rushe Masterclass in Michael Chekhov process at Y Sitwdio

January 19, 2019 all day
Salon 2019 in association with Living PicturesSInead Rushe combines two approaches: a detailed attention to text and character, as well as movement or choreography.  For many years, Sinead has practiced and taught this unusual and relatively unknown Russian method for actors.Michael Chekhov developed an acting technique, a ‘psycho-physical approach’, in which transformation, working with impulse, imagination and inner and outer gesture are central. It offers clear and practical tools in working…See More
Dec 13, 2018
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"Hi there, I was wondering if I could contact you over your project, 'SXTO' at Arad Goch as part of my research for my dissertation into exploring what makes TIE in Wales an effective tool for raising awareness of social issues. From my…"
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"Helo Angharad, S'iwmae. Dwy wedi bod yn ceisio danfon e byst gyda'm CV i ti ar gyfer cyfle perfformio yn eich sioe cerdd cwta yn y Gymraeg.  Mae'n cadw bownsio nôl am bod y mailbox yn llawn. Oes dal cyfleoedd perfformio ar…"
May 1, 2017
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Access Forum: Jo Verrent at Japan Room, Wales Millennium Centre

February 2, 2017 from 6pm to 8pm
Access Forum: Jo Verrent Thursday 2 February, 6-8pm Japan Room, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff For our next forum, we're welcoming a guest speaker, Jo Verrent, to talk to us about creating work, producing work, making work accessible, reaching new audiences... the list is potentially endless! There will be plenty of time for questions and discussion with Jo. The venue is fully accessible, and Sheryll Holley will be our Palantypist, providing remote live captioning throughout.If you have…See More
Jan 16, 2017
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Assistant Director Opportunity

Production: R&D for Kiss Me Like You Mean it by Chris ChibnallDates: October 17-21Location: Blackwood and PontypriddFee: Expenses will be coveredAngharad Lee and Blackwood Miners Institute are embarking on a second phase R&D for their forthcoming production Kiss Me Like You Mean It.We are looking for an enthusiastic aspiring director to support Angharad throughout the process.…See More
Oct 10, 2016
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Casting Call- Kiss Me Like You Mean It- R&D

This is a second phase R&D for this forthcoming production.This project is produced by Blackwood Miners Institute, supported by Arts Council of Wales.Dates : Week of October 10th 2016 -  9am-4pmEquity rates applyFollowing our 1st R&D, we are keen to encourage submissions from actors who feel physically confident in their approach to text and who are open to a collaborative environment.…See More
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Live Action Role Play facilitator

Hi I am looking for a practitioner who can lead on Live Action Role Play workshops and activities.Looking for someone quite urgently, so if you think you can help, please get in touch via the email below:angharad@angharadlee.comDiolch yn fawr.Many thanksAngharadSee More
Jan 16, 2016
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Dec 26, 2015
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R&D- Casting Call- Jan 25 - Feb 3rd

Hi all.A quick casting call for an R&D I am leading on in association with Blackwood Miners in the New Year.The R&D will take place in Blackwood.The play is Kiss Me Like You Mean It by Chris Chibnall.Equity rates apply.Dates: Jan 25 - Feb 3Looking for:MaleAge: 65+FemaleAge: 60+MaleAge: 23-30FemaleAge: 23-30We we would like to actively encourage disabled performers for this…See More
Dec 26, 2015

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What I do:
Freelance theatre/Film director. Educator. Creative Agent for ACW and Artistic Director at Leeway Productions
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Previously Creative Learning Associate at Sherman Cymru
Previously staff director at WNO
Previously lots of things.....
Director - Theatre/ Opera / Film
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Passionate about Youth Arts provision and good practice
Mindful that strategy and creativity don't always go hand in hand.
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Castio: Y Tylwyth- Eisteddfod Genedlaethol

Mae’r Eisteddfod Genedlaethol yn awyddus i wahodd actorion sydd yn siarad Cymraeg i gyfweliad ar gyfer rhannau yn Sioe agoriadol yr Eisteddfod - Y Tylwyth. 

 

Manylion pellach am y sioe/cast wedi ei atodi Casting%20Breakdown-%20Y%20TYLWYTH%20.pdf…

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Posted on March 27, 2019 at 21:00

Reflections of an Assistant Director

Fantastic blog here by Francesca Pickard, assistant director on our 'Kiss Me Like You Mean It' r&d…

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Posted on October 28, 2016 at 11:34

Creative Practitioner Call Out- Deadline November 5th

Posted on October 28, 2016 at 11:23

Assistant Director Opportunity

Production: R&D for Kiss Me Like You Mean it by Chris Chibnall

Dates: October 17-21

Location: Blackwood and Pontypridd

Fee: Expenses will be covered

Angharad Lee and Blackwood Miners Institute are embarking on a second phase R&D for their forthcoming…

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Casting Call- Kiss Me Like You Mean It- R&D

This is a second phase R&D for this forthcoming production.

This project is produced by Blackwood Miners Institute, supported by Arts Council of Wales.

Dates : Week of October 10th 2016 -  9am-4pm

Equity rates apply

Following our 1st R&D, we are keen to encourage submissions from actors who feel physically confident in their approach to text and who are open to a collaborative environment.…

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Posted on August 23, 2016 at 10:34

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At 10:38 on December 22, 2017, Dave Humphreys said…

Hi there, I was wondering if I could contact you over your project, 'SXTO' at Arad Goch as part of my research for my dissertation into exploring what makes TIE in Wales an effective tool for raising awareness of social issues. From my current research, I have a clear idea what the play is about, what sort of response it received and briefly how it was devised. My focus is looking at the structure, the presentation and the reinforcement of the programme that made it so effective. Also, the intentions behind the piece and how the piece came about, was it Arad Goch who wanted to produce it or another organisation/funder/supporter? And finally, who were the key theorists/practitioners that influenced the style of the programme. 

Any help would be greatly appreciated and I look forward to hearing from you

Thanks

Dave Humphreys

3rd Year University of Chester student, Drama and Theatre Studies.

At 10:48 on May 1, 2017, Heledd Bianchi said…

Helo Angharad,

S'iwmae.

Dwy wedi bod yn ceisio danfon e byst gyda'm CV i ti ar gyfer cyfle perfformio yn eich sioe cerdd cwta yn y Gymraeg.  Mae'n cadw bownsio nôl am bod y mailbox yn llawn. Oes dal cyfleoedd perfformio ar ôl.

Diolch a chofion,

Heledd

At 14:29 on May 10, 2013, Catrin Fflur Huws said…

Helo

Wel dwi o'r diwedd jest about wedi ymuno a'r ugeinfed ganrif. Fe aeth pethau'n dda iawn ddoe efo darlleniad To Kill a Machine yn Theatr Clwyd. Diolch I ti eto am y cyfarwyddo a'r ymarfer efo't cast.

Catrin

At 7:45 on January 3, 2011, Peter Cox MBE said…

Thank, you it was excellent.

There was bubbles and cake involved.

 

 

At 12:42 on February 4, 2010, Suzanne Phillips said…
Yeah Angharad definitely.
Am going to meet up with Chris and jennifer to debrief and see how we can make it work better. Maybe spend a couple of hours on each one keep it simpler - actors wear blacks and all script in hand. The director's job is to serve what they understand the writer has put on the paper. You up for that?

S
At 14:35 on January 25, 2010, Catherine Paskell said…
Hiya, you're down for a place at Cynefin on Weds, looking forward to seeing you there! x
At 1:45 on June 13, 2009, Dirty Protest said…
Have some dirty love x
 
 
 

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