Mrs Reynolds a'r Cena Bach
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru in partnership with Cwmni’r Frân Wen and Galeri Caernarfon
When Mrs Reynolds’ lovingly tended garden is vandalised. Jay, the guilty and troubled youth is sent back by the authorities to help her fix it.
Two generations locked in battle; little old Mrs Reynolds with her traditional values and “nice little life” vs. the textbook hoodie demanding respect but offering little in return. Just as they think they have the measure of each other, something is revealed and they are both shocked by what they find out.
This contemporary play by one of Wales’ most audacious playwrights – the award-winning Gary Owen – explores human nature and friendship alongside the social climate of modern Wales, giving a warm, funny and insightful glimpse into the way we live now.
Learners were able to take advantage of Sibrwd — a smartphone app guiding non-Welsh speakers and Welsh-learners through the performance. Download from App Store and Google Play.
Performed in 2016
13 April – 13 May, 2016
by Gary Owen
Welsh Translation by Meic Povey of Mrs Reynolds and the Ruffian
Director: Ffion Hâf
Author: Gary Owen
Translation: Meic Povey
Director: Ffion Haf
Designer: Jason Southgate
Composer and Sound Designer: Osian Gwynedd
Lighting and Video Designer: Joe Fletcher
Voice Coach: Nia Lynn
Physical Director: Eddie Ladd
Sibrwd Author: Tim Blackwell
Production Manager: Angharad Mair Davies
Stage Manager: Gareth Roberts
Deputy Stage Manager: Siwan Griffiths
Assistant Stage Manager: Caryl McQuilling
Assistant Stage Manager: Brynach Higginson
Sound Engineer: Gareth Brierley
Lighting and Video Engineer: Ben Stimpson
Costume Supervisor: Erin Maddocks
Sibrwd Operator: Sioned Evans
Age Guidance: 12+