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
We are so excited to launch #InSouliloquyRevisited with our collaboration with Katharine Hardman.
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
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.
We are excited to be working with Shelley Knowles-Dixon as Movement Director for Mechanicals’ Macbeth.
Shelley is a freelance Director, Puppetry Director, Movement Director and Artistic Director of award-winning, Sparkle and Dark Theatre Company. Recent directing credits: Penumbra by Johnathan Skinner (Arcola), Angels by Patch Harris (Arcola), Lovebox by L.W Illsley (Karamel Club, Mosaic Festival), I AM BEASTby Louisa Ashton (National Tour, Edinburgh), Killing Roger by L.W Illsey (National Tour, Edinburgh). Current (director): Battleground by Louisa Ashton (Sparkle and Dark), The Dream Factory by House of Stray Cats (National Tour), Movement Direction for Mechanicals Macbeth by Tilly Lunken (Criterion Writers Showcase). BA: Fine Art – Falmouth College of Arts. MA: Theatre Directing – Mountview Academy (2016). Movement training: LISPA. Shelley also trains actors in puppetry.
Mechanicals’ Macbeth is showing as part of the Criterion Theatre New Writing Showcase, 20th November, from 2pm. Free, but please RSVP for numbers!