In January 2017 we launch The Measure for Measure Project, another in our series of one-term courses centred around Shakespeare’s work. Participants on the course then have the opportunity to continue to performance in summer 2017. What does the course involve and what’s it like to participate? These are the thoughts and feelings of some Read more about The Measure for Measure Project[…]
in situ:’s popular and friendly Learn to Act courses return for 2014 with classes for all three levels. Starting on 30th January, Learn to Act 1 is a once-weekly, four-part course introducing the basic principles of acting. By the end of the course, you will have gained confidence in using different acting skills like improvisation, using the Read more about Learn to Act 2014[…]
in situ:’s popular two-person Macbeth returns for just four performances this month at the Leper Chapel in Newmarket Road, Cambridge. in situ:’s Macbeth originally emerged from an ensemble piece entitled The Macbeth Project, developed by an in situ: group in 2001 and performed in a suburban house. This in turn led to a unique reworking Read more about Macbeth returns[…]
Three popular in situ: performances return this summer with revivals of Metamorphoses, The Canterbury Tales and Macbeth. The 2013 summer season gets underway in just over two weeks at Wandlebury Country Park, where in situ:’s talented ensemble create a unique experience in the open air with an original interpretation of Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Two weeks later, The Canterbury Read more about 2013 Summer Season: Metamorphoses, Canterbury Tales, Macbeth[…]
This week’s issue of the Cambridge News and Crier includes a preview of in situ:’s Macbeth, operning on Wednesday evening for four nights at the Leper Chapel:
A series of photos as a memory of performance Lear: “Who is it that can tell me who I am?”. The Fool: “Lear’s shadow” Memories recorded in the landscape of in situ:’s performance of King Lear at Wandlebury Park in 2012.
Localsecrets website recommends King Lear as this week’s critic’s choice.
With the sun beaming down and the weather forecast good for tomorrow’s opening night, Cambridge News published a preview of King Lear today.
King Lear opens on Thursday June 14, running until Saturday June 16 in the majestic setting of Wandlebury Country Park, Cambridge. It’s an outdoor walk-around performance, so if you want to check the weather and come on the night there will be plenty of tickets available from 7.30pm. The performance begins at 8.00pm. Bring a folding chair if you Read more about King Lear: opens Thursday June 14[…]
Dear friends, A belated Happy New Year. We’re pleased to announce our 2012 schedule which sees us debuting two new productions and reviving two popular favourites. In March we present a new version of the earliest and greatest of the Greek tragedies, Agamemnon. We will perform this new adaptation by director Richard Spaul and the Read more about Agamemnon, Wild, King Lear and Macbeth for 2012[…]
Anthony Davis writes about in situ:’s “shocking and atmospheric” production.
Quy Mill’s events page includes a preview of Macbeth which starts tonight.