In Souliloquy Revisited Monologues!

A reminder of the gorgeous reinterpretation we received from Katharine Hardman with the stills from her Ophelia I nSouliloquy Revisited below:

 

New 2017 In Souliloquy Trailer!

Why hello there – we have a gorgeous new trailer pulled together by Victorine to celebrate both our body of work (go on check out our portfolio) and in anticipation of what is to come.

It features familiar faces from our talented collaborators – especially the wonderful voice of Lydia Lane as Marina. An edited down version of her monologue voices over the footage of our work.

As always all directed by Victorine and written by Tilly (Orlando and Margaret of Anjou written by Victorine).

In development at the moment

  • The rest of our ET TU series
  • Summer Seasonal Souliloquy
  • Autumn Seasonal Soulilouuy
  • Mechanicals’ Macbeth!

 

Please enjoy this reminder and stay tuned for more new work soon!

Updated In Souliloquy Team Page!

We’ve done some much needed website admin and as such would like to invite you to look at this round up of people we’ve been collaborating with! Here are our updated castings since Cycle 4!

Projects like this could not happen without the support and dedication of people we work with so much love and thanks to everyone.

More announcements coming soon – it’s a busy second half of the year for us.

 

Mechanicals’ Macbeth: A Witches Extract @ Parkland Pop Up Shakespeare

ET TU: Iachimo & Goneril.

ET TU: Sebastian & Petruchio.

ET TU: Sebastian & Petruchio @ BRIEFS.

Snout In Souliloqy @ Where Do We Go From Here?

Ariel In Winter:

Snout In Souliloquy #GlobalStage #AroundTheWorld

Snout In Souliloquy @ Where Do We Go From Here?

We are very excited to announce Snout In Souliloquy is being read at Goblin Baby Theatre Company’s Where Do We Go From Here? – performances responding to Brexit and Trump.

Across two evenings there will be script in hand/scratch performances of new work in response to the political upheaval the world is in. Snout will be performed on the first night – Sunday he 12th March – this Sunday! – At the Bread and Roses Theatre, Clapham.

We are delighted to announce Fran Burgoyne will be reading for us. You might recognise her as our delicious Lady Macbeth from all the way back in Cycle One of In Souliloquy. She’s part of the project family and a wonderful performer. The monologue is written by Tilly Lunken and directed by Victorine Pontillon.

We will be filming Snout in performance and adding another brick into our #GobalStage #WallForAll international collaborative digital theatre project. A further exploration of Digital stages and how we interact online with theatre.

All proceeds from Where Do We Go From Here? will be donated to Women for Refugee Women – so come on down, have a listen, put your cash to a good cause and see a lovely live version of our terrifically endearing Snout baby.

BOOK YOUR TICKET’S HERE NOW!

 

In Souliloquy – 2016 by Numbers!

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When people ask us about 2016 and what we achieved it’s often quite overwhelming to communicate the scale of In Souliloquy and the amount of work we actually did across the year. This started as a little project and has evolved into anything but that – although at it’s core it remains essentially what we set out to do. To celebrate Shakespeare, his work and to reclaim the voices of characters lost in the plays and time since.

We’ve grown too, as producers and artists. Our vision has opened up and we are very excited to bring new creations to you in 2017.

Thank you to everyone who has collaborated with us this year, your time, talent and work has been essential to the ongoing success of this project. Thank you to those who voted on that terrible website, supported by viewing our videos and put up with us talking Shakespeare all the time. We are pretty chuffed with your support and confident we can reward it by continuing to make good art (hat tip Neil Gaiman) this new year.

Big love and a whole lot of gratitude,

Tilly and Victorine xx
(V&T)

 

Snout Updates & Festive Greetings!

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Important news to share in for our ongoing Snout project and how you can be involved. What initially started as a one off cycle has expanded into an ongoing project. Thank you so much for your support and enthusiasm!

We are:

Making a stop motion animation with the penguin above. Wilston as he is known is our worldly representative from Antarctica. As much as we anticipate working with people from all over the world (yay!) – we thought we’d cover the big ice-y south continent.

Having said that if you know someone working down in Antarctica, or living anywhere who is a performer who might be interested in contributing to our #WallForAll – we would LOVE to be put in touch to continue building this project. We are looking for more collaborators and people interested, the more diverse and varied the better.

Our next batch will be released in early 2017 but we are looking for people interested beyond that.

This project was always about connecting people but we are now actively pitching it as a narrative disrupting-art-winning-unite-the-world thing. What better way to continue the celebration of Shakespeare’s work than to make new work inspired by one of his most beloved characters that links us all in new ways.

Big love for the holiday season!

xx

Tilly and Victorine.

 

Snout In Souliloquy – Gui Agustini – New York.

Snout In Souliloquy – Gui Agustini – New York from In Souliloquy on Vimeo.

A Wall for All. Built by Gui Agustini, New York, USA.

Snout In Souliloquy (after William Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream).
Written by Tilly Lunken
Produced by Victorine Pontillon and Tilly Lunken

Performed and self filmed by Gui Agustini.
Music: MY INSPIRATION by AShamaluev.

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Gui Agustini was born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil. His father, a plastic surgeon, is Peruvian and his mother is Argentinian. Some unusual accomplishments in his life were: being nationally ranked Top 80 as a tennis player and getting a tennis scholarship in the US; getting a 4.0 GPA in his Freshman year; learning French in 4 months; as an actor, being nominated to the Irene Ryan’s Award for his role of Hal in Picnic – his first play in America. Gui speaks fluently 3 languages – Portuguese, Spanish and English – and knows the basics of French.

He began his professional career as an actor and model in Venezuela, while also being projected to the neighboring countries such as Colombia and Ecuador. He trained as an actor at the Miami Acting Studio for 2 years, and at the Tom Todoroff Conservatory in NYC.

Snout In Souliloquy is a continuing international digital theatre project celebrating artistic connection and collaboration across the world. #WorldStage