Theatre in Wales

The latest theatre, dance and performance news

RWCMD Spring programme     

DYSGU HEDFAN (Learning to Fly) By Geraint Lewis.
Directed by Elen Bowman

A Welsh Language play commissioned in 2004 in collaboration with Script Cymru.

Bute Theatre
Tuesday 8th February – Thursday 10th February 2005 @ 7.30pm
Matinee - Thursday 10th February @ 2.30pm
£6, £4, £2

Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan
Saturday 12th February 2005 @ 7.30pm
£7.00 & £5.00 (Group discount of 5 or more - £3.00)

College days are the best of your life, or so they say.

Indeed, Catrin and Helen live their lives to the full whilst studying. Helen has flying lessons whilst Catrin develops a taste for speed dating. When another student, Catrin’s cousin Lowri, comes to live with them, surely there are even more fun times on the horizon?

This is not the case, however, as Lowri has a different outlook on life. And more importantly she harbours a secret that will eventually shatter all three of the women’s lives...


Dyddiau coleg, dyddiau gorau eich bywyd, meddai nhw.

Yn wir, mae Catrin a Helen yn mwynhau bywyd i'r eithaf tra'n y coleg. Mae Helen yn cael gwersi hedfan, tra bod Catrin wedi cael blas ar frys-ddetio. Pan ddaw Lowri, myfyrwraig arall sy'n gyfnither i Catrin, i fyw gyda nhw does bosib bod yna hyd yn oed fwy o hwyl ar y gorwel?

I'r gwrthwyneb, oherwydd mae gan Lowri olwg hollol wahanol ar fywyd. Ac yn bwysicach mae ganddi gyfrinach fydd yn chwalu bywydau'r tair ohonynt yn ddeilchion...


---------------------------------------------------

UNCLE VANYA by Anton Chekhov.
Translated by Michael Frayn.
Directed by Jamie Garven

Caird Studio
Tuesday 8th February – Saturday 12th February 2005 @ 7.45pm
Matinee – Saturday 12th February @ 2.30pm
£6.00, £4.00, £2.00

Uncle Vanya is the tale of two obsessive love affairs that lead nowhere and a flirtation that brings disaster. By turns comic, tragic, romantic, and wistful, Chekhov’s masterpiece is an unforgettable study of unfulfilled dreams and unrequited love.

Written towards the end of the 1890s, it casts a diamond-hard glance towards our century.


---------------------------------------------

THE LARAMIE PROJECT by Moisés Kaufman
Directed by Phil Clark

Venue 2, Sherman Theatre
Tuesday 1st February – Saturday 5th February 2005 @ 8.00pm
Matinee – Thursday 3rd February 2005 @ 2.30pm
£7.00, £5.00, £3.50

Matthew Shepard's brutal murder focused national attention as no incident had before on homophobia and related hate crimes.

The two killers are young men. This is a town struggling to understand how it could have raised such hateful, bigoted, violent children. Why did the perpetrators do it? Who was at fault? Why did it happen in Laramie? There is no single answer.

The Laramie Project is an examination of American values in our current age and their relationship to religion, class, economics, education and attitudes to alternative lifestyles.

------------------------------------------------


The Rover, by Aphra Behn
Directed by Martin Houghton

Bute Theatre
Friday 25th March – Saturday 2nd April 2005 @ 7.30pm
Matinee – Thursday 31st March 2005 @ 2.30pm
£6, £4, £2

"Marriage is as bane to love as lending money is to friendship"
Three sisters, dissatisfied with their destinies, wander disguised through the town of Naples at carnival time in search of tolerable husbands. Virtue and reputation are threatened when they encounter three Englishmen intent on enjoying the greater licence of the carnival.
A robust, dynamic and sometimes brutal look at relationships, sexual desires and sexual favours.


-------------------------------------------------------------

Love & Obey, by Drew Pautz

A new Writing Commission in Collaboration with Hampstead Theatre


Caird Studio
Friday 25th March – Wednesday 30th March 2005 @ 7.45pm
Matinee – Tuesday 29th March 2005 @ 2.30pm
£ 6, £ 4, £ 2

Hampstead Theatre (Studio)
Friday 1st April – Saturday 2nd April 2005

Text:

Little girls are supposed to look forward to this moment all their life. But now it’s here, is it for love or opportunity? And the gunfire in the distance – is it a celebration or warning?

A tale of moral dilemmas, military exploits and mistaken identity.


-----------------------------------------------------


Merrily We Roll Along, Music & Lyrics by Steven Sondheim
Directed by Chris Monks
Musical Director John O’Hara

Sherman Venue 1
Wednesday 30th March – Saturday 2nd April 2005 @ 7.30pm
Matinee – Saturday 2nd April 2005 @ 2.30pm
£10, £8, £5.


The traditional showbiz musical is turned on its head in this thrilling and compelling Broadway fable about friendship, showbiz aspirations and selling out.

“Merrily We Roll Along” begins in the present and moves backwards, tracing the life of wealthy, jaded composer Franklin Shepard, who dumps his two best friends and lowers his artistic standards for fame in Hollywood.

Book by George Furth.
Based on the play by George S Kaufman and Moss Hart.
This amateur production is presented by arrangement with JOSEF WEINBERGER LIMITED on behalf of MUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONAL of NEW YORK.




RWCMD  
web site
: www.rwcmd.ac.uk

e-mail:
Monday, January 17, 2005back

 

 

Older news stories have been carefully archived.
2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999

 

Privacy Policy | Contact Us | ©2013 keith morris / red snapper web designs / keith@artx.co.uk