Ever wondered what it’s like to be in the rehearsal room with professional actors and their director? Would you love the fly-on-the-wall opportunity to feel the energy and excitement as a script is brought to life during the early readthrough process?
In a series of rehearsed readings, produced in collaboration with Pitlochry Festival Theatre, you have the rare chance to watch professional actors practising their craft, in an entertaining script-in-hand reading of a classic play.
The rehearsed reading will take place via Zoom, and a Q&A session with the director and cast will follow the reading. The second play in our series of rehearsed readings is:
Sense & Sensibility
by Jane Austen, adapted by Frances Poet
Wednesday 3 June, 7pm
“It is not what we think or feel that makes us who we are. It is what we do. Or fail to do...”
The death of their father throws sisters Elinor and Marianne Dashwood’s privileged world into chaos. With no entitlement to his estate, they rely on their brother John to provide, however this is not without its own complications, and the sisters must learn responsibility whilst also dealing with the trials and tribulations of life.
Published anonymously in 1811, Jane Austen’s first novel explored the tensions of Austen’s times. Adapted by award-winning Scottish playwright, Frances Poet (Fibres, Adam, Gut) expect biting wit, romance and heart-breaking tenderness.
The first play in our series of rehearsed readings is Little Women. Click here for more information.
Notices & Guidance:
This event it suitable for anyone aged 14+.
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