Theatre in Wales

Plays and dance productions in Wales since 1982...

Mark Ryan

 

We have information on 16 plays by Mark Ryan . Click on the play name to access any reviews in out archive. Click on the company's name to read their details on this web site

 

Danger! Animals at Work First presented in 2009
by Spectacle Theatre

synopsis:
Cast Size: 3
The Cast members are:  Aled Herbert, Zoe Davies and Amy Howard.

Synopsis/Project Details:
'Danger! Animals at Work' is a marvellous piece of musical theatre.funny, imaginative and engaging..a story without words, especially created for
children aged 3 - 7 ( Nursery, Reception, Years 1 & 2).

'Danger! Animals at Work' is the story of three friends, a duck a hound and a bear, who try to build a house. We follow their animal antics as
they get mixed up in a muddle that tests their friendship to the limit.

'Danger! Animals at Work' is a play about friendship, co-operation, working together and sharing.

A Ghost in the Attic First presented in 2006
by Spectacle Theatre

synopsis:
Touring to Schools & Community Venues - Autumn & Winter 2006
 
Joan doesn’t believe in ghosts.
After all, she is eleven years old and this is 1941.
The war is scarier than lying in bed listening to the mysterious footsteps in the attic, the creaking on the stairs and the doorknob slowly turning in the middle of the night…isn’t it?

Friends for Dinner First presented in 2006
by Spectacle Theatre

synopsis:
From the team that brought you 'The Lazy Ant' and 'Where's Andy?', 'Friends For Dinner' is a colourful, funny story that follows the adventures of three little aliens who land on a strange planet.

Written for children ages 5 - 7, 'Friends For Dinner'  links the topics and themes integral to the KS1 Science Curriculum.

Where's Andy? First presented in 2004
by Spectacle Theatre

synopsis:
A new play for children aged 5 – 7

Join Angharad the Ant and her friends in a musical minibeast extravaganza -  ‘Where’s Andy?’

 ‘Where’s Andy?’ is a play with music, song and dance especially created for children aged 5-7.

‘Where’s Andy?’ includes a wealth of ideas and information linking with the topics integral to the KS1 Science curriculum ‘Life processes and living things

Big Bad Wolf / Y Blaidd Mawr Drwg First presented in 2004
by Theatr na n'Og

synopsis:
A Theatre-in-Education Project for Years 1 & 2
Touring from 22 April to 16 July 2004

What's the big idea First presented in 2002
by Spectacle Theatre
The Lazy Ant First presented in 2001
by Spectacle Theatre
Sonya and the Dancing Bear First presented in 2000
by Gwent Young People’s Theatre (formerly Gwent Theatre)
Sonya and the Dancing Bear First presented in 2000
by Gwent Young People’s Theatre (formerly Gwent Theatre)
Perspective First presented in 2000
by Made in Wales

synopsis:
Directed by Jeff Teare

Castradiva First presented in 1999
by Buddug Verona James / Opera Cocktail

synopsis:
This was first presented by Opera Cocktail/Theatr Mwldan and is now presented by Opera Cocktail and Guy Masterson Productions

Dorothy Squires First presented in 1998
by Equinox Theatre
The Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde First presented in 1997
by Equinox Theatre

synopsis:
Full title: The Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde as told to Carl Jung by an inmate of Broadmoor Asylum

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde First presented in 1992
by Wot Theatre
Red Riding and the Hood First presented in 1992
by Wot Theatre
Cash First presented in 1991
by Wot Theatre

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