Et Tu – Diana and Eleanor.

Et Tu – Diana & Eleanor from In Souliloquy / V&T Productions on Vimeo.
Not All Women.

Performed by Mary Roubos and Ruth Keeling
Written by Tilly Lunken
Directed by Victorine Pontillon
Produced by V&T for In Soulilioquy
After William Shakespeare’s Henry VI part II and Pericles Prince of Tyre.

Music from https://filmmusic.io
‘Sheltered Swan’ by Sascha Ende (https://sascha-ende.de)
License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by.4.0)

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Ruth Keeling

After 16 years as a professional wardrobe mistress Ruth retrained to become an actor and subsequently trained at the Poor School in kings Cross and also at the London Repertory Company. Her theatre credits include ‘Her Naked Skin’ – National Theatre, ‘Hot Flush, The Musical’- UK Tour, ‘The Social Notwork’ – Camden Festival, ‘Death by Biscuit’ workshop. TV- includes ‘Eastenders’ ‘Hollyoaks’,  ‘Doctors’,  ‘Little’ ‘Miss Jocelyn’  ‘Ben Elton Sketch show.’ Film includes ‘Ashes’ with Lesley Manville and Ray Winston; ‘Molly’ with Javier Bardem and Elle Fanning

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Mary Roubos

https://www.spotlight.com/2613-5643-2434

In Souliloquy is devised and produced by V&T Diana & Eleanor is part of the Et Tu series

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ET TU – Tamora and Caesar

In an endless battle, two sworn enemies come together and connect over the trauma of their wars.

Julius Caesar – Timothy Hofmeier
Tamora – Sabrina Richmond
Written by Tilly Lunken
Directed by Victorine Pontillon
Et Tu Tamora and Caesar is part of the Et Tu Series by In Soulilouquy

http://www.insouliloquy.com

Music: Anamalie by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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Sabrina Richmond is a performer and writer. She has performed in new writing in theatres across London such as Theatre Royal Haymarket & The Pleasance. Her first play An African in the snow – a migratory experience of loving & living in the cracks of identity across 5 countries has an upcoming short residency at The Pleasance theatre’s LABS programme. Her background in journalism drives her interest in issue-based storytelling. She undertook her actor training at an Acting for Film Conservatory, New York Film Academy, New York.
Spotlight: https://www.spotlight.com/interactive/cv/9252-1209-4269

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Timothy Hofmeier – https://www.spotlight.com/1891-3494-6269

 

Ophelia #Revisited.

Ophelia In Souiloquy – Revisited from In Souliloquy on Vimeo.

 

Part of #InSouliloquyRevisited

Performed & Choreographed by Katharine Hardman
Written by Tilly Lunken
Directed by Victorine Pontillon
After William Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

In Souliloquy is devised and produced by V&T
Special Thanks to Caroline Salem & Space Clarence Mews.

Vocals & Composition by Katharine Hardman

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We are so excited to launch #InSouliloquyRevisited with our collaboration with Katharine Hardman.

Katharine Hardman

Katharine Hardman is an actor, writer and Movement Director and recent graduate of Drama Centre London. Artistic Director of ‘Entita Theatre’ having produced fifteen shows alongside Jamie Woods. Working as the company’s Movement Director and Choreographer (for a little more please see:www.entitatheatre.co.uk ). Katharine has recently curated an all female new writing night at the Greenwich Theatre, Lost in London, this night hosted six new places centered around London living with New Light Productions.
Theatre:  Cassie Grey EIGENGRAU (Greenwich Theatre), Ophelia CURTAIN’D SLEEP (Peckham Basic Space Festival), Arkadina THE SEAGULL (Vakhtangov Institute, Moscow) Jean Bird METHOD IN MADNESS (Rose Theatre Kingston, Edinburgh Fringe Festival & National Tour) Zelda YOUR FRAGRANT PHANTOM (National Tour, Marlowe Theatre, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, NSDF)
Katharine has also worked with Ita O’brien on her Intimacy on Screen movement.
@KatHardman

Introducing: Kate Sketchley as Bianca for ET TU!

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We are delighted to welcome Kate Sketchley as Bianca to Et Tu for our latest release.

Kate Sketchley trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland after obtaining a BSc in Psychology at McGill University. She is well versed in classical, contemporary and devised work, recently participating in the development and performance of Shame: A Double Bill, a dance theatre piece, and the ongoing development of Mechanical’s Macbeth, by Tilly Lunken, as part of the Criterion Writer’s Programme. Her most recent performance was as Caliban in The Tempest, with Controlled Chaos Theatre. In addition to acting, Kate is a writer and is currently developing two pieces of her own work.

Kate is playing a Bianca who is happy to listen to the woes of her close friend Mariana but wary of sharing her own griefs without wine.

Introducing: Sophie MacKenzie as Mariana for ET TU.

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We are delighted to announce Sophie MacKenzie as Mariana for our next ET TU release. Sophie’s spotlight: https://www.spotlight.com/interactive/cv/4373-0194-6737 details her theatre work, she is a musician as well as a visual artist. https://www.instagram.com/_powerful_man/

Our Mariana is beginning to feel a little trapped in the web of her own happily everafter. Luckily her new bff Bianca has wine and good heart.

Character Portraits: Snout and Bottom!

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Snout – Tinker, Prop Maker, Player.

Snout loves Theatre. It has revolutionised how she perceives herself and the world and as such her zeal makes her into a bit of a theatre bore. However it has also meant her talent and graft has transformed her performance. Not so, her patience which is sorely tried with the others not taking it as seriously as she does.

She is cast in a variety of roles and for the Criterion Theatre is playing Lady Macbeth and Witch One.

Snout is played by Francesca Burgoyne.

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Bottom – Weaver, Player, Director.

Bottom has been entirely swept up in the play and his character. He sees himself and his destiny in the role of Macbeth and this show is the chance of a lifetime to proclaim himself the Greatest of Actors. This is a big responsibility and he is determined that the play should succeed in the way he envisions – whatever the personal cost to his friends.

He is playing only Macbeth.

Bottom is played by Jackson Pentland.

A extract of Mechanicals’ Macbeth is being performed as part of the Criterion New Writing Showcase at the Criterion Theatre from 2pm, Monday 20th November.