Whispers from the Wings

These blog posts are a diary of our productions, explaining what's happening through the rehearsal process. They are written by our cast and crew. Our current bloggers are:

Lizzie Hopley

Lizzie Hopley  is appearing with us for the first time this year in The Roaring Girl and Arden of Faversham. Born in Liverpool, Lizzie trained at Manchester University and RADA and is an actress and writer dedicated to developing strong and unusual roles for women.

Simon Yadoo

Simon Yadoo  is appearing with us for the first time this year in Henry IV Parts I and II and The Two Gentlemen of Verona. He'll be fitting in a wedding later in the year, just for good measure.

Martin Bassindale

Martin Bassindale , lover of bicycles, and keen musician from South London, recently graduated from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Debuting at RSC with Henry IV Parts I and II and The Two Gentlemen of Verona. Also currently dabbling in knitting.

Evangeline Whitlock

Evangeline Rose Whitlock  is a professional stage manager and theatre educator from the US. She is the Deputy Stage Manager for our Winter 2013/2014 production of Antony and Cleopatrawhich shows in Stratford-upon-Avon, Miami and New York. Follow @evangelinerose1on Twitter.

Joey Batey

Joey Batey  is a recent university graduate and is making his debut with us playing Mark Smeaton in Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies. He likes long coats, whiskey and words. Follow @JoeyBatey on Twitter.

Nick Day

Nick Day returns this winter to play the Duke of Norfolk in Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies. He'll be blogging from the rehearsals and into production. Get his book, On Bard Duty from Amazon or the RSC bookshop. Follow @NicholasDayUK on Twitter.

Caminando with the RSC: On combat and dance

June 19, 2012
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On monday we finally got the revised script, more changes would come later on but we didn't know then. We continued blocking the scenes and we started working in the prologue, the rituals, and combat.

by Andres Weiss  |  No comments yet  |  Read this entry

Names

June 19, 2012

In a review of Julius a scene that I am in (indeed, MY favourite scene) was noted as being perfect. Isn't that nice? They loved how it was played and pitched and I felt a brief spark of pride.

by Andrew French  |  4 comments  |  Read this entry

Reviews and a new member of the company

June 11, 2012

Sorry I have not been attending to your needs. I have been a little busy recently. More of that later.

by Andrew French  |  2 comments  |  Read this entry

Caminando with the RSC: The siege on Huexotla

June 8, 2012
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Second week. Maybe this is too English, but what a nice weather we had, the sun was shining, people were always on the streets and the whole town came to life.

by Andres Weiss  |  1 comment  |  Read this entry

Caminando with the RSC: Of hugs, and dances, and text

June 6, 2012
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Ok. First week of rehearsals. There was a lot of hugging involved.

by Andres Weiss  |  No comments yet  |  Read this entry

Caminando with the RSC: Getting the part

May 29, 2012
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I'm a Mexican actor who was born in Germany, studied for a time in London and at the moment is working in the production A Soldier in Every Son with the RSC. I'm a full time member of the Mexican National Company of theatre.

by Andres Weiss  |  4 comments  |  Read this entry

Life after press night

May 24, 2012

Apologies again for my appalling cyber silence over the last few weeks! They have been manic to say the least!

by Sophie Ivatts  |  No comments yet  |  Read this entry

Adversity and anger

May 23, 2012

So. Have I been preachy recently? Not my intention. 

by Andrew French  |  1 comment  |  Read this entry

The run begins

May 15, 2012
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Monday, a wet April day. Texts from our new Company Stage Manager Alex Constantin. She has arranged temporary membership for us to a number of clubs - The Groucho, The Ivy and Century.

by James Hayes  |  No comments yet  |  Read this entry

Dress rehearsal

May 15, 2012

Wednesday we tech the whole show. Greg is unavailable, as he is directing his African Julius Caesar.

by James Hayes  |  No comments yet  |  Read this entry

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