Category Archives: Unrehearsed Shakespeare
Richard II, Unrehearsed is coming this July.
New photos are up from our last night of Measure For Measure! “Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall.” Happenstance moved us into a new venue for our closing show, but this proved quite a benefit for photos. The … Continue reading
New photos are up from our first night of Measure For Measure! “Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall.” The rest of the photos here.
Come learn to experience Verse in a dynamic new way (that is actually a dynamic old way). Unrehearsed Shakespeare is a text-based technique inspired by Patrick Tucker’s ‘Secrets of Acting Shakespeare,’ which enables actors to effective and organically stage Elizabethan … Continue reading
Photos of our 2017 production of Twelfth Night have arrived. Courtesy of iNDie Grant Productions as usual, these shots are from our closing performance. Stay tuned for our 2017 season: Measure For Measure, Richard II, and Coriolanus
Originally written in 2014 SPOILERS AHEAD! Twelfth Night was written in the opening years of the 17th Century, near the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. While her sister and predecessor, Queen Mary I, had been both Catholic and … Continue reading
Four years ago this month, The Unrehearsed Shakespeare Company served as the guest manager/director of the annual Bard in the Barn festival at Western Illinois University. The performances were moved to the campus’ ‘Ravine’ performance space, hence changing the festival … Continue reading