In Souliloquy is an innovative and digital theatre celebration born for #Shakespeare400; which has become so much more. This is new writing in a classical form presented on a digital stage.
It is devised and produced by Tilly Lunken and Victorine Pontillon.
We've produced a lot of work since 2016 – follow the link below to find out more about our project, the characters, the digital theatre pieces, audio files and production stills,and 2018 updates.
Filmmaker. Theatre maker. Storyteller.
Franco-American Victorine Pontillon has divided her life between the two countries, and is now settled in London, working as freelance director, filmmaker, photographer and producer.
After obtaining her Baccalaureat Litteraire from the Lycée Victor Hugo in Caen, with a concentration in Art History and Theatre, she then returned to the States for a BFA in Theatre Performance from FAU, graduating Suma Cum Laude in 2011, before completing her MA in Acting (International) at East 15 Acting School.
She is the co-founder and producer of In Souliloquy and has directed all of the Souliloquies so far (excluding #Snout).
Directing, Writing & Performance
As a director...
Victorine has been working as a freelance director for over five years, focusing primarily on new writing, and short form pieces.
As a performer...
Trained at East 15 and FAU, Victorine is also a skilled and experienced stage performer.
As a writer...
When not directing or performing, Victorine also puts pen to paper, whether it be screenplays, shorts, or plays. She wrote Orlando, Margaret of Anjou & King John for In Souliloquy and is hoping to develop more scripts for the project in 2019.
A few other tid-bits...
Knowledge is power! When not doing any of the above - you can usually find her stage-managing, teching or generally making herself useful backstage!