Un-named is our latest project. The six cast members have worked together for a year under the guidance of artistic director Bella Stewart. These are some of the performers’ thoughts and feelings about the work. What’s the topic of Un-named? “We started by broadly looking at the topic of ‘feral children’ – children raised in Read more about What is “un-named”?[…]
Aeschylus’s Oresteia is the sole surviving trilogy of Ancient Greek plays and yet it is rarely performed in its entirety. In this brief interview clip, Richard Spaul tells how in situ:’s production has taken four years to complete and why in situ: decided to attempt such an ambitious undertaking.
As we count down to the opening of in situ:’s The Oresteia Trilogy at St. Andrew’s Hall, Richard Spaul spoke with Leigh Chambers of Cambridge105 about the production and in situ:’s work.
On the eve of the opening of in situ:’s The Decameron at The Leper Chapel, Richard Spaul spoke with Pam Mungroo of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire about the production and in situ:’s work. You can listen to a recording of the show until 30th June on BBC Cambridgeshire’s website. The interview starts 11 minutes 15 seconds Read more about BBC Cambridgeshire interviews director Richard Spaul[…]
Our 2014 summer season gets underway in just over two weeks and tickets are available now. We will be performing four shows at two popular Cambridge venues in June and July. If This Rock Floats… We’ll Live Forever We begin with an exploration of creation mythology in If This Rock Floats… We’ll Live Forever in Read more about Buy tickets for summer 2014[…]
The Calendar Project continues with The Merry Morning of May, which returns to Wandlebury Country Park for two performances. The Merry Morning of May is the second part of The Calendar Project, following December’s highly successful performances of MidWinter Light. Once again, the magical environment of Wandlebury Orchard and the Inner Ring provide our setting. Read more about The Merry Morning of May[…]
A record-breaking year for in situ: From love stories to Greek Tragedy, in situ: brings its unique approach to a range of subjects in non-theatre performance spaces with more productions in 2014 than ever before.. We are excited to announce eight works in situ: will be performing in venues around Cambridge. Join our mailing list Read more about 2014 performance schedule[…]
in situ: returns to Wandlebury Country Park for three nights this autumn for the next part of the Calendar Project, Saints&Souls. A new performance by in situ: Dates: 31 October, 1 and 2 November 2013 Time: 7.30 pm – duration: 1 hour 15 mins approx. Venue: Wandlebury Country Park, Cambridge | Map Tickets: £10 (£8 concessions) available in advance Read more about The Calendar Project: Saints&Souls[…]
The Merry Morning of May Where are the young men that here now should dance, For summer is acome unto day, Some they are in England some they are in France, In the merry morning of May Where are the maidens that here now should sing, For summer is acome unto day, They are in Read more about The Calendar Project: The Merry Morning of May – 9/10/11 May 2013[…]
The Calendar Project is an ambitious cycle of performances that follows the changing of the seasons. The cycle of the year, with its light and dark halves, and the points where one turns towards the other, or where both are held in equilibrium – these are transformations around which we have built notions of time Read more about The Calendar Project: Midwinter Light – 15/16 December 2012[…]
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:
Cambridge News has published a preview of our upcoming presentation of Macbeth, opening on the evening of Wednesday 18 July, 2012.