piloted

22Nov12
photo: Stuart Hemsley

Do I envy those jacks, that nimble leap
To kiss the tender inward of thy hand

photo: Stuart Hemsley

Whilst my poor lips which would thy harvest reap
At the wood’s boldness by thee blushing stand

photo: Stuart Hemsley

A bliss in proof and proved a very woe
Before a joy proposed behind a dream

photo: Stuart Hemsley

All this the world well knows yet none knows well
To shun the Heav’n that leads men to this Hell

Some documentation from ‘A Dark Lady’ – piloted at The Courtyard, RSC, Stratford-upon-Avon on  12th July ’12 (Photos by Stewart Hemley).

A RSC / Pilotnight collaboration, presented as part of the World Shakespeare Festival 2012. ‘A Dark Lady’ is a music-theatre duet for voice and bassoon, and a setting of Sonnets 128/129. Devised and performed by Graeme Rose and Gretha Tuls, with musical consultation from Luke-Matthew Iveson.

Pilot will celebrate its 10th birthday next week with an evening of performance extracts at Warwick Arts Centre. (see LINK…) The programme includes presentations of new works from local favourites Kindle Theatre, Chris Dugrenier and Untied Artists.

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