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We didn’t do this yet, so without further ado, let us introduce our cast for Smooth Faced Gentlemen’s Romeo & Juliet. The Cast Carmina Bernhardt as Lady Capulet / Benvolio Francesca Binefa as Nurse / Paris / Montague Carly Jukes as Friar Lawrence / Tybalt Ashlea Kaye as Juliet / Sampson / Apothecary Kayleigh McDonald (aka Kayleigh […]
I’ve not been able to be at many rehearsals of our joint all-female production of Romeo and Juliet, but I managed to get to my second yesterday and it was great! Although it seems to me I may be the cursed member of 3C: whenever I join a rehearsal process everything slows down. Instead of […]
Something interesting happened in today’s rehearsal. Tom stepped in to play the Nurse in Act III scene iii. With Romeo and Friar being played by Leila and Carly respectively, this meant that everyone on stage was playing the opposite gender. And roles that are quite rooted in their gender identity too, I reckon. This was much more […]
It seems about time we properly introduced Smooth Faced Gentlemen and our involvement with it. [Note – This post was originally written about three weeks ago but, what with all the rehearsing and doing plays, we’ve only just got around to publishing it!] As you may have gathered, we’re co-creating a production of Romeo & Juliet with […]
Hello reader and welcome to the Smooth Faced Gentlemen rehearsal log! We are a brand new all-female theatre company, and we’ve just started rehearsals for our first but certainly not the first production of Romeo & Juliet. We are lucky to be working in collaboration with the already established Three’s Company on this project. I […]
Just a quick heads-up. Tickets are now on-sale for our summer season… You can buy tickets for The World’s Greatest Walking Tour of Edinburgh direct from the Pleasance. Bookings are open for our all-female Romeo and Juliet on the Buxton Fringe at Underground Venues’ website. Happy booking!
Here follow the four extracts from Romeo & Juliet we’re asking auditionees to read from on Saturday. Take a look at them all, and choose one. Remember, we’re looking for a performance that shows a real contrast from your main, prepared monologue. We don’t expect you to learn these, but take a look and get […]