Brief Interviews With Hideous Men – Ryan Griffith
BRIEF INTERVIEWS WITH HIDEOUS MEN
NSTC SHOWS / ROLES
— Interviews #3 & #15
Ryan Griffith is making his Shadow debut this N(M)ovember. Ryan grew up along the banks of the Saint John River just outside of Woodstock, New Brunswick. A graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada, Ryan enjoys performing and writing for theatres in his home province. His play Lutz was published by Playwrights Canada Press in 2011. His short play Shepody, Rage and Wolfe was recently featured as part of the National Elevator Project Plays produced by Theatre Yes in Edmonton and Halifax. Currently, he is working on a new two-act play called Wharf (developed with assistance from the 2015 Banff Playwrights Colony, Arts NB, PARC and the Canada Council for the Arts), a short book called Fortune of Wolves, a play called Returning Fire (which will receive a production through Theatre New Brunswick in February, and will be partially performed through text messaging), a television show called Fred and Carl Are Park Rangers, and he is once again serving as the Artistic Director for the Next Folding Theatre Company in Fredericton, NB. In the Nasty adaption of Brief Interviews With Hideous Men this Movember, Ryan shares some pretty HIDEOUS tales from some pretty disturbed minds.
Posted on October 16, 2015, in Production News, Theatre Stuff, Theatrical Stuff and tagged BIWHM, Brief Interviews With Hideous Men, David Foster Wallace, DFW, Drama, Fredericton, Free Meeting House, Moncton, Nasty Shadows, New Brunswick, performance, Ryan Griffith, Saint John, Sanctuary Theatre, Scott Shannon, University of New Brunswick. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.