Meet the Cast – Jennifer Geertsen

With Curtain’d Sleep almost upon us – we thought we should introduce you to the rest of our phenomenal cast!

Let’s waste no time and introduce our fantastic Jennifer Geertsen, who has played both Ophelia (in Method in Madness) and Lady Macbeth (in Curtain’d Sleep), so who better to talk to…

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The Music of Curtain’d Sleep

Music has always played a central role in Entita productions and choosing a musician is often one of the first decisions we make when starting to plan a new project. I’d go so far as to say I now personally struggle to think creatively about a new production until we have the music in place! Since our very first play Fall to the Top in 2012 we have matched the music of a single artist or band to a production and carefully weaved their songs into a soundtrack that becomes an integral part of the piece. Continue reading “The Music of Curtain’d Sleep”

“How much better is it to weep at joy than to joy at weeping!”

LEONATO speaking in Much Ado about Nothing,  Act 1 Scene 1

Meet the Cast – Jessie Jane Knowles (Part 1)

As we’ll be talking about our actors in most of our posts we thought we’d let you hear about their time with Entita in their own words.

Starting with Jessie Jane Knowles – our longest standing ensemble member who has worked with us on all but one of our shows. If you have any questions you’d like to ask Jessie, feel free to comment below and they might feature in Part 2!

Let’s get started:

So Jessie, how did you first get involved with Entita?

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“And keep my drooping eyelids open wide,
Looking on darkness which the blind do see.”

Sonnet 27 – William Shakespeare

Day 1 of R&D – “The undiscovered country”

Up until this point Curtain’d Sleep has only ever existed in ‘Safehouse 1’ in Peckham, as part of Basic Space Festival. Taking the piece out of a derelict Victorian house and converting it for a black box studio is the biggest creative challenge Entita has faced to date. Not only has this opened up huge design questions (which will be the subject of another post soon!) but the conversion will affect the whole tone of the show. Very few immersive shows have been reworked into more traditional studio performances, so to paraphrase Hamlet we are indeed stepping into “undiscovered country”.

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“Now go we in content

To liberty, and not to banishment.”

Celia speaking in As You Like It, Act 1 Scene 3

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