Black RAT Productions: Theatre and Performance Production company, South Wales

Black RAT Productions is a professional company which brings together emerging and established talent to produce ‘classic’ theatre in an accessible format to audiences.

The remit of Black RAT Productions is to use the text as the focal point for all creative decisions in order to encourage characterisation which is both vibrant and fully relevant to the script.

The company also has a strong education policy and offers exciting workshop activities where young people can explore, not only the themes of a play, but approaches to characterisation and performance.

 

 

 

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_____We are delighted to announce the cast for this year's CHRISTMAS AT THE GATE show.


A very warm welcome back to Owen Pugh who is returning to Black RAT having recently played Benvolio in Romeo & Juliet and the Jack of Hearts in last year's Adventures of Alice. Owen will be playing GENIE OF THE LAMP and joining him as ABANAZAR is Robert Hopkins. Rob played Escalus in our first production of Romeo & Juliet and Badger in our inaugral Christmas at The Gate show, The Wind in the Willows . It is also our pleasure to welcome Amy Griggs who comes to us directly from The Torch Theatre's acclaimed production The Turn of the Screw. Amy will be playing PRINCESS JASMINE and joining her as ALADDIN is James Rockey. James is no stranger to Cristmas shows and pantomime and is a welcome addition to our Christmas Black RAT Pack! Supporting the cast once more will be the wonderful young performers from
The Stage Centre.

You can follow the company and the cast on twitter @BlackRATProds - follow the relevant links.

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