Et Tu – Iachimo & Goneril. from In Souliloquy on Vimeo.
Iachimo – Tom Pepper
Goneril – Jennifer Aries
Written by Tilly Lunken
Directed by Victorine Pontillon
After William Shakepeare’s King Lear and Cymbaline.
Et Tu – Iachimo & Goneril is part of our ET TU series of dualogues.
Music: Kevin MacLeod gymnopedie 3 – Satie (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Special thanks to the gorgeous Crooked Well pub in Camberwell!
We are excited to announce Tom Pepper as Iachimo for the second dualogue in our Et Tu series. Et Tu: Iachimo & Goneril involves the two minor villains meeting over wine and discussing the finer points of their tragedies and triumphs.
Tom trained at the Guildford School of Acting, Exeter University and the National Youth Theatre.
His theatre credits include Cohen/Speedy in Yank the Musical (Charing Cross Theatre, West End and Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester), Elvis Horsepole in Andy Capp the Musical (Finborough Theatre), Deputy in The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Arts Theatre), Custus/Fight Captain in Crazy For You (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), Daryl Grady in Curtains (Landor Theatre) and Patrick in Sniper (Upstairs at the Arts Theatre).
Television/Commercial credits include: Drifters, Grandpa in My Pocket, Red Dwarf, Boots Summer and Pringles Summer Taxi.
Other credits include: Frantic Assembly Advanced Workshop Ensemble and Storystock Company (Wilderness Festival)
Tom is really excited to be part of Et Tu – Iachimo & Goneril and hopes you can find a little bit of love for these two infamous villains!
This piece is currently in post-production and due for release Summer 2017!
We are excited to announce Jennifer Aries as Goneril for the second instalment of our Et Tu series of dualogues. A daughter of Lear and a Queen in her own right Goneril is meeting Iachimo from Cymbaline to compare notes (and wine) on their legacies and futures.
Recently completed filming on Sky Atlantic’s “The Tunnel”, Jennifer’s most recent screen appearance was as Mary Cox in “Ripper Street”. From being a series regular in BAFTA nominated comedy sketch show “Little Miss Jocelyn” to a plot pivotal character in Charlie Brooker’s “Dead Set”, Jennifer has enjoyed some great jobs in popular TV shows. Having done her time up in Edinburgh, and part of a creative collective “The Director’s Cut” she enjoys collaboration and new writing, performing regularly in showcases of new material with fresh talent & rehearsed readings. Her creative inspirations and idols are Julia Davis and Steve Coogan, and a job with either of these would be a dream come true! She is currently working on her short film with a view to entering it into next year’s festivals.
Et Tu: Iachimo and Goneril is currently in post production and coming soon in Summer 2017!