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Interviews - Saul Marron

Saul Marron
Role: Hortensius

What Shakespeare role, which you haven't played, would you love to do?

Iago from "Othello" has always been my dream role. I love getting to play villains and in this case he is such a clever man who gets what he wants by simply whispering in someone's ear and stepping back to watch the chaos unfold. Evil but subtle with it.

Now you're a main player in the West End smash hit "Sh*tfaced Shakespeare". Would you love to do a drunken version of Timon of Athens.

Read more: Interviews - Saul Marron

MISANTHROPOS - Lockdown conversations - cast - MARTIN SOUTH - Role: Flavius

Lockdown Conversations - Cast - April / May 2020
Interviewer: ELLIS J. WELLS - Chronicles & Tales - Role: Lucilius
Interviewee: Martin South - Role: Flavius

MISANTHROPOS - Production Status : Filming - Postponed due to COVID-19 crisis

This decision is made with the safety of everyone as our foremost consideration.

QUINTESSENCE Studios and its producers will continue to monitor the situation closely.

Estimated Release Date: 2021 -2022




Lockdown Conversations - Martin South - Role: Flavius - MISANTHROPOS.

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Interviews - Tim Barton

Tim Burton
Role: II Councillor

What's the best Shakespeare performance you've seen?

Best Shakespeare performance I've seen... Emma Jay as Rosalind in "As You Like It". This was in 1999, and it was an open-air summer tour. I was in the cast, so I saw her in rehearsal, and was on stage with her some of the time. I've since seen it done by the RSC at Stratford-upon-Avon, and was involved with another production of it, but neither of those Rosalind’s were as good.

You're incredibly well travelled, you've been to some of the most exotic places in the world, from riding the railways in India, to the beaches of Australia, travelling north of the Arctic Circle and backpacking across Peru. How does your experiences of so many different cultures and locations influence understand the psyche of the characters you play?

Read more: Interviews - Tim Barton

MISANTHROPOS - Lockdown conversations - cast - DAVID SAYERS - Role: Apemantus

Lockdown Conversations - Cast - April / May 2020
Interviewer: ELLIS J. WELLS - Chronicles & Tales - Role: Lucilius
Interviewee: David Sayers - Role: Apemantus

MISANTHROPOS - Production Status : Filming - Postponed due to COVID-19 crisis

This decision is made with the safety of everyone as our foremost consideration.

QUINTESSENCE Studios and its producers will continue to monitor the situation closely.

Estimated Release Date: 2021 -2022




Lockdown Conversations - David Sayers - Role: Apemantus - MISANTHROPOS.

Read more: MISANTHROPOS - Lockdown conversations - cast - DAVID SAYERS - Role: Apemantus

MISANTHROPOS - Lockdown conversations - cast - ROBERT BOULTON - Role: Titus

Lockdown Conversations - Cast - April / May 2020
Interviewer: ELLIS J. WELLS - Chronicles & Tales - Role: Lucilius
Interviewee: Robert Boulton - Role: Titus

MISANTHROPOS - Production Status : Filming - Postponed due to COVID-19 crisis

This decision is made with the safety of everyone as our foremost consideration.

QUINTESSENCE Studios and its producers will continue to monitor the situation closely.

Estimated Release Date: 2021 -2022




Lockdown Conversations - Robert Boulton - Role: Titus - MISANTHROPOS.

Read more: MISANTHROPOS - Lockdown conversations - cast - ROBERT BOULTON - Role: Titus

Interviews - Connor Lee Dye

Connor Lee Dye
Role: Soldier II

What's the best Shakespeare performance you've seen?

RSC's performance of "Henry V". Alex Hassell playing the title role. His ability to bring such emotional depth at the height of battle, and truth behind the character, made the show and his performance was unforgettable. He took such a demanding role and forge his own character interpretation, making it captivating for all who watched. Magnificent.

What Shakespeare role (which you haven't played) would you love to do?

Read more: Interviews - Connor Lee Dye