Jack Whitam begins rehearsals for Much Ado About Nothing

Date - 12 August, 2014, All News Theatre

Jack Whitam begins rehearsing for various roles in Much Ado About Nothing produced by Actors from the London Stage. He will be playing Claudio, Borachio, Antonio and Margaret. This staging will play at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana after which it will tour other universities and institutes around the US.

Each residency is highlighted by performances of a full-length Shakespeare production. Featuring minimal props, costumes, and set, the clever staging showcases the talents of this unique five-member ensemble while keeping the focus where it belongs—on Shakespeare’s words.

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Jack Whitam trained at Bristol Old Vic.

His recent theatre includes Cassio in Othello with Actors from the London Stage, Edmund in King Lear for Shakespeare at The Tobacco Factory, Sallust in Emperor & Galilean at The National and Eros in Antony & Cleopatra for The RSC. Other notable theatre credits include King Lear, Macbeth and Richard III all for The RSC, The Tempest, As You Like It, Twelfth Night, Much Ado About Nothing all for Sprite Productions and Much ado About Nothing for Derby Live and many readings/workshops for Shakespeare's Globe, Birmingham Rep and Royal Court.

As well as being a leading Shakespearean actor, Jack is also a strong comedic actor with featuring on the films Man Up, Powder and his Comedy internet series The Art of Awkward Conversation.

Recent screen credits include feature film Man Up and Doctors for BBC TV.

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