Keeping creative during a lockdown
From the safety of their bubbles, members of The PumpHouse Theatre whānau – from beginner actors, to professional actors, to non-actors and even talented pets – have “come together” to present you with their take on some well-known monologues!
Each person was given part of the monologue to work on, and had creative freedom to do whatever they liked with it.
The Seven Ages of Man by William Shakespeare
Performers: Isaac Martin, Bess Brookes, Stuart Tupp, Aimee Olivia, Monique Rabie, Max Easey, Mark Wilson, Jordan Henare, Denise Snoad, Calum Hughes, Mags Delaney, and Meg Sara Andrews
Lady Macbeth’s Sleepwalking Scene by William Shakespeare
Performers: Alex Medland, Bess Brookes, Terri Mellender, Denise Snoad, Monique Rabie, Aimee Olivia, Mags Delaney, Anne Sophie Musset, Sheril Wani Loke, Tashie Andrews, Chelsea Carthew, Sofie Gabriel, and Meg Sara Andrews
Excerpt from Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas
Performers: Steph Curtis, Sherrie Plant, Terry Hooper, Fleur Hooper-Gestro, Evie Hooper, Eleanor Dorn, Jasnish Gujral, Stormi, Monique Rabie, Stephen Curtis, Christopher Raven, Rhea Mae Taylor, Kim Kindley, Lauren Wilson, Kutumi Lefferts and Charlie Curtis
Excerpt from the one-act play Crave by Sarah Kane
Performers: Matthew Diesch, Mikayla Morgan, Kristof Haines, Steph Curtis, Natasha Kay Senior, Sofie Gabriel, Lauren Middleton, Meg Sara Andrews, Charlotte Robinson, Max Easey, Āria Harrison-Sparke, Thom Ding, Chloe Patterson, Stephen Curtis, Pru Andrews
Benedick from Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare
Performers: Natasha Kay Senior, Kristof Haines, Kim Kindley, Luke Thornborough, Ihaka Piripi, Āria Harrison-Sparke, Phillippa Hibbs, Tasha Wehrle
Julia from The Two Gentlemen of Verona by William Shakespeare
Performers: Kat Glass, Āria Harrison-Sparke, Kim Kindley, Tasha Wehrle, Natasha Kay Senior, Phillippa Hibbs, Rhiannon Hadlow
Can you help The PumpHouse?
The PumpHouse Theatre has been a place for artists and performers to share their stories with the community for over forty years, but we need income from performances to pay the bills. You could help keep The PumpHouse going by joining Friends of The PumpHouse, making a donation online or enquiring about hiring The PumpHouse for your upcoming event