Cycle 3 Character Recap!

Today marks the day we start our casting announcements for Cycle 4 – but before we move onto that. Here is a mini recap of who we heard from in Cycle 3.

 

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Katherina In Souliloquy.

tybalt

Tybalt In Souliloquy.

cleo

Cleopatra In Souliloquy.

abhorsen

Abhorsen In Souliloquy.

ophelia

Ophelia In Souliloquy.

titania

Titania In Souliloquy.

We hope you’ve enjoyed this varied collection of voices as much as we have!

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Behind the Scenes Cycle 3!

A little selection of the work behind the scenes of shooting Cycle 3 and how fun at times it can be. Thanks again to everyone involved!

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Katherina In Souliloquy.

Katherina In Souliloquy from In Souliloquy on Vimeo.

This Kate knows well the value of her kisses.

Performed by Annie McKenzie
Written by Tilly Lunken
Directed by Victorine Pontillon
After William Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew.

In Souliloquy is devised and produced by  Victorine Pontillon and Tilly Lunken.
Katherina In Souliloquy is part of Cycle 3 of In Souliloquy

Music:
Court of the Queen by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
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Introducing: Annie McKenzie as Katherina.

We are delighted to annouce Annie McKenzie will play Katherina (after Taming of the Shrew) for In Souliloquy Cycle 3. This Kate knows well the value of her kisses.

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Since graduating from East 15, Annie has worked on many projects as an actor, writer and director; including Ionesco’s ‘The Bald Prima Donna’, and two seasons of work with all-female Boireannach Theatre Company. Annie’s solo show ‘Happiness is a Cup of Tea’ opens at Pleasance Courtyard on 3rd August as part of 2016’s Edinburgh Fringe, and she has been a part of the Soho Young Company since 2015, working on her first full-length play with dramaturg Chris White. Annie’s thrilled to be working with the In Souliloquy team, and can’t wait to get her teeth into Katherina, one of Shakespeare’s strongest female characters.

Annie is playing a Katherina who knows both herself and her husband well enough to know what their only possible future together can be.