Theatre of Memory, currently putting on Romeo + Juliet, have now got their own Website up and running. A great way to learn more about the the company and their shared performance approach.
Archive for the ‘Romeo & Juliet’ Category
Sam Marlow, The Times
“Glorious hall plays host to timeless pain – a poignant summer treat”
Charles Spencer, The Telegraph
“an indisputably elegant Romeo & Juliet…pleasingly easy on the eye.”
Fiona Mountford, Evening Standard
“With the calibre of the acting…and the astounding choreography which often invokes an emotional sense of atmosphere, you will be equally charmed by the venue and the performance.”
Kathleen Hall, WhatsOnStage
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Our many thanks to the Press department at Theatre of Memory of allowing us to show you exclusive pictures of Will as Mercutio - several images also feature Max Bennet as Benvolio and Ifan Meredith as Tybalt - once you have accessed link, click on small images to right hand side to see all four pictures or entire slide show!
And what better way to start things then this article of the young lovers in The Metro Newspaper We @ willkemp.org wish the entire cast a wonderful and enjoyable run at Middle Temple Hall.
The Guardian Guide is advertising R+J as one to watch out for!
According to the London Evening Standard Will is going to playing “Mercutio” in a production of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet @ The Middle Temple Hall has part of their 400th year anniversary. Romeo is to be played by Santiago Cabrera from the TV Series Heroes and Juliet will be played by Juliet Rylance (daughter of the highly acclaimed actor and recent director of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Mark Rylance). The production will be staged by Juliet’s own company Theatre of Memory and directed by Tamara Harvey (who directed Christian Slater in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest). An interesting fact: The Shakespearian actor and comedian Will Kempe was in the original production of Romeo & Juliet at The Globe Theatre, playing the role of Peter!