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!

 

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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

Snout In Souliloquy – Christina Jolie Breza – New York.

Snout In Souliloquy – Christina Jolie Breza – New York from In Souliloquy on Vimeo.

A Wall for All. Built by Christina Jolie Breza, 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

Nicasio Zanetti: DP
Hannah Rose Deflumeri: AD
Gui Agustini: Editor
Song: Vivaldi Four Seasons (Winter)

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Christina graduated from University of North Florida where she earned her AA degree in English, then went on to graduate from Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelor of Arts Magna Cum Laude in performance, combat, and make-up design. Christina has extensive training in across the board acting techniques. She recently graduated from a two-year acting conservatory in NYC. Christina has also been honored and blessed to have studied intensively under Aaron Speiser, Lenard Petit a Michael Chekhov specialist, Andrew Wade, Anthony Meindl, Chuck Cooper in a Musical Theatre Workshop, Tim Carroll and Daniel Davis for Shakespeare Technique.   

She has put her training to good use by starring in multiple indie films, producing indie shorts with her husband and starting their production company “PowerCouple Productions” She has also performed in the off-Broadway Traveling Company of “Tony and Tina’s Wedding.” Other stage work includes, Sylvia in “Sylvia,” Columbia in “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” and Sister Prejean in “Dead Man Walking.” Christina is an all around actor with a broad range of abilities including choreography, combat, and makeup design. She has a passion for fashion with her costume design and deep knowledge of dramatic history.

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

Snout In Souliloquy – Ziyun Hong – Seoul.

Snout In Souliloquy – Ziyun Hong – Seoul from In Souliloquy on Vimeo.

A Wall For All. Built by Ziyun Hong, Seoul, South Korea.

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

The Actress: Ziyun Hong
Friends in Restaurant: Jialiang Bi, Linjian Dai, Zhen Jin, Zhijun Huang and Jinhan Wang
Directed by Ziyun Hong
Filmed and edited by Ziyun Hong
Narrated by Ziyun Hong

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Since graduating from East 15, Ziyun has worked on many projects as an actor, puppeteer, stage manager, director, and workshop leader. Recent credits include WAR HORSE, HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING, THE VILLA 1.0 & 2.0, COSI, THE OWNER etc. Ziyun is thrilled to get involved in the Snout In Souliloquy project. As a UK-trained Chinese actress who is currently residing in Seoul, she hopes to present something interesting in her self-directed short.

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

 

Snout In Souliloquy – Esther Mira – Los Angeles.

Snout In Souliloquy – Esther Mira – Los Angeles from In Souliloquy on Vimeo.

A Wall For All. Built by Esther Mira, Los Angeles, USA.

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

Matt Ritchey: Director/DP/Editor
Dionne Neish: Snout
Esther Mira: Snout’s Inner Spirit

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Esther Mira is an actor, dancer and singer who currently resides in Los Angeles. She graduated from East 15 Acting School with an MFA in Acting and she graduated from Scripps College in Claremont, CA with a BA (with honors) in Gender Studies and Fine Arts. Recent stage credits include roles in the world premiere of EgoManiac (The Other Space Theatre, Los Angeles), the world premiere of Women W/O Walls (The Lounge Theatre, Los Angeles), and the world premiere of Must Be Comfortable With (The Ruby Theatre at The Complex, Los Angeles). Recent Film/TV credits include Bianca in Investigation Discovery’s Breaking Point, Esme in Try Again and Sandra Villa in the critically acclaimed short Sharing Day.

website: http://esther-mira.com
twitter: @iamesthermira

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Matt – MATT RITCHEY is a director, actor, writer, editor, and acting coach. He graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA from Playwrights Horizons Theatre School and from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London with a Certificate in Shakespeare. His film noir/burlesque play ANGEL’S FLIGHT (Writer/Director) won the 2016 Hollywood Fringe Festival “Best Cabaret/Variety” Award and his stage thriller NEVERMORE (Writer) has been performed in Hollywood, Texas, and Los Angeles. Recent directorial credits include SLIGHTLY DRAMATIC (Hollywood Fringe “Encore” Award), THIS IS OUR YOUTH, ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD, BOSS: THE UNTOLD TONY DANZA STORY, and ROMEO AND JULIET IN HELL (Writer/Director). His short film HOMESCHOOL REUNION is currently on the film festival circuit. He can be seen in his on-again/off-again comedy web series MATT & MIKE’S MOVIE MANGLE (moviemangle.tv). mattritchey.net.

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Dionne Neish is a graduate from Drama Centre London, where she holds a BA Hons in Acting. She is an actor who currently lives in Los Angeles. Previous stage work includes productions in both the US and abroad in such plays as Aida, Merchant of Venice, and the Los Angeles premiere of Cecily. Her most recent role was in the 2016 Hollywood Fringe Festival where she appeared in the world premiere of Must Be Comfortable With. Her film/TV credits include the Sci-Fi film Martian Land. For more news and to watch Dionne’s work feel free to check out her facebook: www.Facebook.com/DionneNeishActress  and twitter: @busybloom Dionne is playing a Snout who is tentative about becoming an artist and must convince herself that there is great value in being a Player.  

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

Snout In Souliloquy – Alex Talamo / The Dig Collective – Melbourne.

Snout In Souliloquy – Alex Talamo/The Dig Collective – Melbourne from In Souliloquy on Vimeo.

A Wall For All. Built by Alex Tálamo, Melbourne, Australia.

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

Actor: Dana McMillan
Director & Camera: Alex Talamo
Music: Tim Sneddon
Created by: The DIG Collective
Twitter: @TheDIGonline
Website: www.thedigcollective.com

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Dana McMillan trained her performance skills at VCA’s Acting Studio program, movement with Teresa Blake, and voice with Suzanne Heywood. Performance credits include title roles in Memmie le Blanc (Memmie) for Union House Theatre, As You Like It (Rosalind) for Melbourne University Shakespeare Company and she is a company member of Soothplayers: Completely Improvised Shakespeare. She is co-artistic director for Grub Theatre and co-director of Planning Atlantis, currently in development after an award-winning season at Mudfest 2015 (Sustainability Award and Fringe Award). Grub’s previous work Pigeon Life for Tastings Festival, which she co-wrote and devised, won a scholarship from Union House Theatre. As a writer and theatre maker, her works include the intimate and highly acclaimed piece, How are you, lovely? for Tastings Festival, and No Light for the Unprovoked Festival. Dana is an Artistic Director at The DIG Collective.

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Alex Tálamo is a director and deviser who works across visual, live and media arts. Her practice engages a process of slow dramaturgy, often working with ensembles and encouraging a multiplicity of voices within a single work. Conceptually, her work investigates outsider identities, including migrant and feminist perspectives, and is always responsive to contemporary political frameworks. Alex studied at VCA, completing a Postgraduate Diploma in Performance Creation (Animateuring, 2012). She has been the recipient of Australia Council’s Cultural Leaders of the Future (2011) and two international study tours through the Ian Potter Foundation and Art Start (2013). Her work has been shown at Performance Studies International (2016), Metanoia’s Live Works program (2015), and Activism month at FCAC (2016). She is an Artistic Director at The DIG Collective and has curated two seasons of the experimental theatre festival, Unprovoked (2013). 

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