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Who was Coriolanus in ancient Rome?

Gaius Marcius Coriolanus may have been a Roman aristocrat and army general in the fifth century BCE. He allegedly led an army against the Volscians, a tribe who invaded Roman territory in central Italy. 554 more words


Session 2 Festival and Goodbye

Yesterday the Session 2 camp festival brought families, friends, and loved ones to the Blackfriars Playhouse for an exciting day of playing.

I snapped this shot during the music call this morning before the house opened up. 415 more words

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Inside Plays: Coriolanus

Monday night was a late night for our campers.  Each cast had a ninety-minute rehearsal on the Blackfriars Playhouse stage, but the rehearsing didn’t begin until 7:30pm. 285 more words

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Read Throughs

The casts Tuesday morning were all ready for rehearsals, because they completed full reads of the scripts last night. Here are some quick shots of the campers at their first meetings as new cast members. 40 more words

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'And one man in his time plays many parts': Shakespearean Parts with my Ideal Cast

Rehearsals for Hamlet are underway!

The Barbican has just released their exclusive photos from the rehearsal rooms, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch, Ciarán Hinds and other members of the cast. 1,008 more words