This winter, our new production is The Demon Lover, the third in director Richard Spaul’s series of spine-chilling tales performed in the Leper Chapel. Here he talks about the show. Why is the idea of ‘a demon’ so compelling to us – even though, given the decline of religion, we may think there is no Read more about Richard Spaul talks about The Demon Lover[…]
In June this summer, in situ: brings to Cambridge Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters. Director Richard Spaul speaks about his motivations in presenting it – and about the very particular performance approach he has used. Why did you choose Three Sisters? This is one of the greatest plays of the 20th century – indeed of any Read more about Preview: Three Sisters[…]
This summer, director Richard Spaul brings a pair of one-man shows on spectral themes to the atmospheric setting of the Leper Chapel. Tales of Mystery and Imagination contains two of the stories from Edgar Allan Poe’s collection of the same name. Here, Richard talks about his inspirations and hopes for the performance. The choice of Read more about Preview: Tales of Mystery and Imagination[…]
Saturday night’s performance of Hamlet at St. Andrews Hall, Cambridge is SOLD OUT. If you want to see this performance, please don’t risk disappointment – book one of the remaining tickets for Thursday or Friday as soon as possible.
This summer in situ:, presents an eight-week course exploring ways of making text come alive in performance. Using dialogues from King Lear and Hedda Gabler, we’ll explore Shakespeare’s language and look at more modern psychological approaches to: the staging and interpretation of text, the creation of character, use of space and and interacting with and Read more about Learn to Act 3: Staging and interpretation[…]
Learn to Act 1 Winter 2015 is now full. We are now booking for the next running of the course which will start in April 2015.
Tuesday‘s performance of Agamemnon is now completely sold out. A small number of tickets remain for the Oresteia Trilogy, along with individual performances of Choephoroi and Eumenides.
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.