Week two is over and we are hurtling towards technical rehearsals. After a week of staggering through – stopping to work into scenes, adding detail and interrogating the intentions of the characters – we are now confident of an overarching narrative of the piece.
1st August almost 200 years ago, our
Our first week is over!
With the festival just days away, we are beginning to see the sight of technical rehearsals in the distance.
Our story begins in the Ettrick Valley in the lowlands of Scotland 200 years ago. Our characters then undertake an enormous journey, climbing aboard a large ship with
Our cast have arrived. We are ready to set sail.
Today we began our voyage into the text of The View From Castle Rock.
My name is Rosa Duncan. I am the assistant director joining the team on this special production. I am a Glasgow-based director. As an artist, joining this
We’re delighted that The View from Castle Rock performances are selling out already! So as not to disappoint a limited number of additional tickets have been released for sale so get your hands on them quick!
Since yesterdays announcement there’s been a flurry of excited activity about our summer co-production:
Pleased to see theatre as part of @edbookfest set to continue.
Well this is exciting! ?
Thrilled to work with outstanding creative talents @ElleMcElle & @Stellarquines on this superb theatrical adaptation
Linda McLean @ElleMcElle
@Stellarquines @edbookfest Joy
Stellar Quines with Edinburgh International Book Festival are delighted to announce the world premiere of a specially commissioned theatrical adaptation of Nobel Prize winner Alice Munro’s moving and enigmatic short stories.
Taken from the Canadian author’s short story collection and adapted for the stage by multi award-winning playwright, Linda McLean, The