Project Tag: Ryan J Brown
Part of Briefs 16 (April 5, 2017) at Waterloo East Theatre. A group of serial killers have their annual get-together. Devised and performed by: Ryan J Brown, Samuel Buttery, Jamie-Rose Monk and Joe Jones
Part of Briefs 13 (July 6, 2016) at Waterloo East Theatre. Extract from a musical about a group of women letting off steam at the end of a tiresome week. Writer: Roberta Morris Director: Sheila Atim Cast: Ryan J Brown, Suzy Gill, Helen Keeley, Kate Lindeman, Natalie Lester, Sophie Mackenzie and Roberta Morris.
For The Kids
Part of Briefs 12 (April 6, 2016) at Waterloo East Theatre. Parents of children enrolled in a stage school clash in this dark ensemble comedy. Writer: Ryan J Brown Director: Ryan J Brown Cast: Samuel Buttery, Shalisha James-Davis, Natalie Lester, Roberta Morris, Jamie-Rose Monk and Emma Tansley.
Cat Got Your Tongue
Part of Briefs 10 (September 2, 2015) at Waterloo East Theatre A fortune teller will stop at nothing to prevent her secrets being leaked. Written and directed by: Ryan J Brown Cast: Emma Tansley, Jamie-Rose Monk, Roberta Morris and Ryan J Brown
Buttery Brown Monk
Part of Briefs 6 (October 31, 2014) at Waterloo East Theatre Series of comedy sketches from one of London’s most exciting new comedy outfits. Devised and performed by: Jamie-Rose Monk, Samuel Buttery and Ryan J Brown
Part of Briefs 4 (April 2, 2014) at the Rosemary Branch Theatre A pole dancer is forced to confront some home truths. Writer: Roberta Morris Director: Sheila Atim Cast: Alan Bradley, Suzy Gill, Roberta Morris and Ryan J Brown
Freddy On Stage
Part of Briefs 3 (January 15, 2014) at the Rosemary Branch Theatre A celebrity, hosting a major awards ceremony, is thrown when she comes face-to-face with an old flame. Writer: Roberta Morris Director: Abigail Rose Cast: Alana Ross, Matthew Cosgrove, Roberta Morris and Ryan J Brown
Part of Briefs 1 (July 31, 2013) at the Rosemary Branch Theatre A man struggles with the secret of his affair with a late friend. Writer: Ryan J Brown Director: Anoushka Bonwich Cast: Edward McClean, Francesca Meaby, Fraser Patrick, Jamie-Rose Monk
Park Theatre (July 2015, with Ann Pinnington Productions), Waterloo East Theatre (May 2014), Edinburgh Fringe (August 2013), Etcetera Theatre (Rehearsed reading – March 2013) Positive tells the story of Benji, a twentysomething Londoner living with HIV. This isn’t a story about doom, gloom and death, though – it’s about Benji’s struggles with stigma, and the…
White Bear Theatre (January 2015) Pin catches up with a young woman named Rachel as she is released from prison; news which threatens to dismantle the much more comfortable life led by her older sister, Lou, whose relatively posh friends – though facing dilemmas of their own – make no secret of their feelings towards…
White Bear Theatre (January 2015) Caravan is a one-act drama about Leanne, a young woman who faked her own death and escaped to live in a caravan in the woods under a new identity, a long way from home. Several months after making the escape, however, she’s already hit a rough spot – and has…