Jessica In Spring.

Jessica In Soulilouqy from In Souliloquy on Vimeo.

Know your own shadows.

Performed by Diana Kessler
Written by Tilly Lunken
Directed by Victorine Pontillon
After William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.

In Souliloquy is devised and produced by V&T
Jessica In Soulilouquy is a Seasonal Soliloquy.

Music:
Ever Mindful by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
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Mechanicals’ Macbeth – A Witches Extract – Rehearsals for Pop Up Shakespeare!

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Not sure we need to post more than our wonderful cast Kate, Jon and Yvan rehearsing in St. James’ Park today. We are very excited to be sharing our scene this coming Sunday and next Tuesday on The Parkland Walk. Come see some lovely Shakespeare for free!

The event is being run by Attila Theatre and is part of the Crouch End Festival! All free – details here: https://www.crouchendfestival.org/events/parkland-walk-pop-up-shakespeare/

Written by Tilly Lunken and William Shakespeare and directed by Victorine Pontillon this extract is part of our early R&D on a full length show.

In Souliloquy in Parkland Walk Pop-Up Shakespeare – June 2017!

We are very excited to announce we have a short extract of a longer piece in development as part of Attila Theatre’s Parkland Walk Pop-Up Shakespeare in the Crouch End Festival!

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Our piece is called Mechanicals’ Macbeth – Witches Extract and is a scene from a very exciting full-length piece currently in development! This performance is part of our R&D period on the project and we are delighted to share it with you.

Our cast – we shall be sharing more details of our team shortly!

  • Snout/ First Witch – Kate Sketchley
  • Flute/ Second Witch – Jonathan Edward Cobb
  • Starveling/ Third Witch – Yvan Karlsson

Details for this free event are here.

  • Sun, 11th June 2017 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
  • Tue, 13th June 2017 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Introducing: Jonathan Edward Cobb as Sebastian. #EtTu @ BRIEFS.

We are pleased to announce the return of the excellent Jonathan Edward Cobb to the In Souliloquy stage. Jon is joining us to play Sebastian for Briefs (next Wednesday 5th April, Waterloo East Theatre)

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Jonathan graduated from Drama Studio London in 2014, and in 2015  was very lucky to perform out at Vienna’s English Theatre as Justin in ‘The Fox on The Fairway’. He has toured three Shakespeare productions; ‘Romeo and Juliet’ (Romeo), ‘King Lear’ (Edmund) and ‘Measure for Measure’ (Lucio) with Quite Right Theatre around Italy and recently has been performing in ‘The Sentence Snatchers’ at The Rialto Theatre in Brighton. He has filmed the feature film ‘Hippopotamus’ Recently finished performing as Idle Jack in ‘Beauty and The Beast’ at The Leatherhead Theatre. He Appeared as Malvolio and Sebastian in C Theatre’s ‘Shakespeare in The Garden: Twelfth Night’ at C South (Venue 58) St Peters Church as part of the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe.

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(You can also check out Jon’s Don John In Souliloquy here).

Introducing: William Sebag-Montefiore as Sebastian. #EtTu

We are delighted to announce William Sebag-Montefiore is joining ET TU as Sebastian after Twelfth Night. He is joining the In Souliloquy family for our first digital theatre piece of the Et Tu series!

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William trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. His recent credits include the Sonnet Walks for Shakespeare’s Globe, sitcom Whipped for Koto Films and short-film Retreat by Tom Nicoll. He is co-founder of sketch group Just These, Please, member of Improv troupe Very Serious People and regularly writes for the News Revue.

You can find him on twitter @wsebag

Will is playing a Sebastian, euphoric in love and marriage – he’s not about to let any brooding Petruchio dash his hopes or temper his happiness.

 

Introducing: George Turner as Petruchio. #EtTu

We are very excited to announce for Et Tu – George Turner playing the first of our very fine characters joining the expanding In Souliloquy family – Petruchio from Taming of the Shrew.

George is playing Petruchio both for our digital theatre piece and also live on stage for Briefs (Wednesday, April 5th, Waterloo East Theatre). We are chuffed to have such a great energy in the room!

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Theatre: Barrett, A WEDDING TOO FAR, Platform Theatre. Mercutio, ROMEO & JULIET, The Hawth Ampitheatre. Mercutio, ROMEO & JULIET, Brighton Open Air Theatre. Eilert Lovborg, HEDDA GABLER, Gatehouse Theatre. Adam, SOMEONE WHO’LL WATCH OVER ME, The Bridewell Theatre. Steve, PINNING BUTTERFLIES, Central Saint Martins, The Royal Albert Hall. Peter, AFTER THE DANCE, Gatehouse Theatre. Tom, THE ACCRINGTON PALS, The Bridewell Theatre. Short Film: Eustace, WINKING IN THE GARDENS AT SUNSET, British Film Festival.

George plays a Petruchio who is a little bit lost, but his drunken meeting with Sebastian might just wake him up to what he has.

(Meanwhile if you are interested check out our Katherina – we reckon these two probably make a pretty fine pair).

Introducing… ET TU.

In super exciting news we are announcing a brand new series: ET TU.

Our first year was focused on writing and producing monologues – the form being ideal to explore what digital theatre means to us, but also a way we could ease into a world and build it up brick by brick. It makes then sense to announce as we enter our second year of production a new series of new pieces – six dualogues, each with two characters from different plays, curated into a new situation.

There are funny ones and serious ones (and yes drunk ones) but we can assure you you will recognise both the language, rhythms and voices of these characters even out of context!

Working in this slightly expanded form means we are pushing and exploring our medium, we are playing with what digital theatre can be and we are also expanding our world (yes, think Marvel, we are so there) to bigger stages bit by bit.

The first we are filming is ET TU: Sebastian & Petruchio where these two very quick-to-wed gents discuss the small matters of love and marriage. After Twelfth Night and Taming of the Shrew these men are married and have happy wives at their feet – which explains why they are both out getting drunk on their own in the middle of the night.

This script is also debuting LIVE, next Wednesday the 5th April at BRIEFS – a short play night at the Waterloo East Theatre. Tickets available here. Come join our loving husbands as they work out what it just might mean to have married the love of their life.

We will be announcing both our digital and live casts very soon!