In Trapped Teaching Tempest, Stick Man and in conversation with…
Theatre in Quarantine: In Trapped Teaching Tempest, Stick Man and in conversation with Evan Wilson, Frances Knox, Lydia Barton Lovett, Bella Humphries, Julian Blunder-Thompson, Rufus Wright and Jonathan Broadbent.
Get ready for a captivating episode as Natalie brings together a talented ensemble of actors from RSC, West End, and NT in a performance that will leave you in awe. In Trapped Teaching Tempest, these actors take the stage to deliver wonderful monologues and provide insightful commentaries on the actor’s preparation process using GCSE/A-Level exam questions.
In Act 35, Euan Wilson, acclaimed for his role in Stick Man, showcases his exceptional talent with a captivating monologue that will transport you to another world. Joining him is Frances Knox, a graduate of Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, who brings her remarkable skills to the forefront. Alongside Frances, Lydia Barton Lovett from Rose Bruford College delivers a powerful performance that will leave a lasting impression. Continuing the journey, Bella Humphries, another graduate from Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, takes the stage with a captivating monologue that showcases her versatility as an actor. Joined by Julian Blundell-Thompson, Rufus Wright from Translations at NT, and Jonathan Broadbent from Henry VI at Globe & RSC, this talented ensemble creates a dynamic and engaging theatrical experience.
Join Natalie and these extraordinary actors as they delve into the process of preparation and share their insights on the craft of acting. Through their monologues and commentaries, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the art form and witness the incredible talent that graces the stages of RSC, West End, and NT.