Introducing: Chris Rogers as The Soothsayer.

We are delighted to announce Chris Rogers will be playing The Soothsayer (after Julius Caesar) for the second cycle of In Souliloquy.


Image: Rosalind Alcazar

Chris has been working in theatre and film for over fifteen years. Trained in music at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts his credits include Mr Smith in “The Bald Primadonna” for The Poor Players Company, Antiphalus of Syracuse in “The Comedy of Errors”, Sir Andrew Aguecheek in ”Twelfth Night”, Roderigo in “Othello” and Clarence in “Richard III” for the Cambridge Shakespeare company, Lucentio in “The Taming of the Shrew” for The Original Theatre Company, Lysander in “Midsummer Night’s Dream” for Lord Strange’s Men and he is the only person ever to have played the Evil Prince in the world premiere of Frank Zappa’s musical “Thing Fish”,

His feature films include “The Empty Plan” and “Stag Hunt” and he has worked for international broadcasters like the BBC, the History Channel, and The Discovery Channel in various television dramas.

Chris is the head of Off the Curb Productions, creating film and theatre himself, and his experience ranges from Open Air and small theatres to the largest theatrical stage in the world at the Bregenz Opera Festival.

Chris plays The Soothsayer, a man who in spite of the horrible inevitability of it all must keep speaking.



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