Tag Archives: Costume

Lear – the curious incident of the dog in the night-time

Rob found the turd in the tent

Dog Crap, not as funny as it looks

I love the access I’m allowed when working with The Inn Theatre Company. One of the aspects of this is getting shots that are incongruous – backstage – I’ve singled this (technically poor shot) out because it was less fun than it looked to me. Rob Wilcox (Duke of Albany) with one period shoe and a trainer, struck my funny bone. The reality was that a member of the public had let their dog crap in the gents changing tent, poor Rob found it.

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Come, join our revels…

Max in costume with others

Come, join our revels

The Inn Theatre Company, not content with performing King Lear every night this week (at Dartmouth Castle)  also staged an Elizabethan themed event in the Old Market Square (Thursday 8th) and will attend Gloriana (Elizabeth I) as she progresses from The Royal Castle Hotel to the Royal Avenue Gardens on Saturday August 10th. Join us there,  and partake of the fun a convenient step away from the Tourist Information Centre where tickets for performances of King Lear may purchased.

 

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Lear Dress – August 5th – Burgundy

Another Couple of “stand outs”. Having disavowed Cordelia Lear tells Burgundy that if he marries her he gets nothing.

Lear telling Burgundy "nothing!"

Lear reacts badly to Burgundy’s offer

Meanwhile (wide boy) France seizes the chance to grab a Princess on the cheap

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and Burgundy lets him know there are no hard feelings.

Cordelia, France and Burgundy

No hard feelings

and Cordelia tells her loving sisters to get stuffed

Cordelia, France, Gonerli, Regan

Farewell sisters

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