By Chris Carson: Having read Three Sisters I was looking forward to seeing how insitu: would tackle it. More than impressed, I found myself immersed in an experience that was both powerful and moving. A slow dance-like movement of members of the cast as they moved around the set seemed to cast a spell of Read more about Review: Three Sisters[…]
Two local bloggers recently took to the internet to review in situ: performances given in the summer and autumn. Although reviewing very different productions, both writers provide an interesting glimpse into what it’s like to attend an in situ: production. The fun of summer productions is recalled by pieces on The Canterbury Tales and Metapmorphoses, while one Read more about Recent Reviews[…]
Anthony Davis writes about in situ:’s “shocking and atmospheric” production.
Blogger Michael Gray reviews last night’s King Lear at Wandlebury Country Park.
Author Una McCormack came to see King Lear earlier this week and she has kindly reviewed our production on her blog.
Rachel Fentem’s review concludes that in situ:’s Oedipus Rex “geniuinely pushes boundaries”.
“…truly great theatre leaves you feeling perpexed,” saysCatherine Atkinson as she experiences Ovid’s Metamorphoses in the wilds of Wandlebury Park.
A news story on in situ:’s controversial Macbeth, performed at Sturton Street Methodist Church.