Cue Theatre Co.
A theatre company that has produced musicals, Ghost stories, out-door theatre and many more. We
accept actors of any experience level who are interested in taking part in theatre be it onstage or off.
Our goal is promote theatre arts and to spread the infectious joy that Drama brings to a person.
Productions by Cue theatre co.
All Productions were directed by Ranga Jayaratne the founder of Cue School of Drama and Cue theatre
co. Directing, costume and stage designing and editing of sound tracks were done by Ranga herself for
all productions she has directed over the years.
Based on the brides in the bath murders of London in 1915, the play deals with gender based violence in a self-reflective performance. Held at Camden People’s Theatre, London
Was the first ever Ghost play to be staged in Sri Lanka, which had the audience at the edge of their seats. The Original performance at West-End UK is the second longest running non-musical running for over 30 years.
Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize winning play was performed at the Lionel Wendt for the second time due to popular demand.
Contemporary Greek Play performed as out-door theatre taking on the elements of symphonic drama.
Wilder’s Meta-theatrical play, which won the author his first Pulitzer prize is the world’s most performed play and is translated into over 60 languages including Sinhalese.
Musical based on Alexander Dumas’ novel
Musical Based on Victor Hugo’s novel
Children’s plays are a challenge, especially when you are focused on making everyone happy. The goal is to give every student a moment to shine, participate and display their talents. Training starts with simple and easy audition then continues with casting and the rehearsal process. Sometimes plays are written to suit the children in class and their talents.
2011 – Thumbelina
Play for children aged between 4 years and 12
2009 – Beauty and the Beast
Musical for children based on the famous fairy tale
2005 – Annie
Play for children aged between 10 and 15 years
2005 – Snow White
Play for children aged between 4 and 8 years, a large cast of over 50 students