In Camera – audience response
Three Kings with Andrew Scott was outstanding. The different emotions he showed in a 1 hour monologue was phenomenal. I love being part of these digital audiences with @oldvictheatre. I cannot wait for the next #OVinCamera! #OVThreeKings #OVFaithHealer pic.twitter.com/KP0wgvBaXI
— Mr Thynne (@CreativeThynne) September 5, 2020
— Naomi (@naomi_jones) September 17, 2020
We did!!!! Totally captivating!
We live in Glasgow and #OVInCamera has given us a fantastic opportunity to see a production we may never normally have seen live so thank you ☺️
— Lorraine Robertson (@LozzaRobertson) September 17, 2020
That’s how you do live cinema at home: with wine, a pile of food and on the big screen. I love that there’s actually a curtain call #OVFaithHealer #OVInCamera @oldvictheatre pic.twitter.com/GyZYISPB2q
— Dr Jessica Holzhausen (@Hol_Jessica) September 18, 2020
If anyone is sceptical about the possibility of live broadcasting Theatre by Zoom, it *absolutely* works. The Arts are vital because they show us who we are and without that, we are lost. Live theatre takes that to a visceral level, even via laptop. #SaveTheArts #OVInCamera
— Janey Galloway ? (@JaneyPlanet) September 19, 2020
The previous two #OVInCamera have been stunning. Breathtaking theatre. Missing the in-person live experience immensely, but these @oldvictheatre performances are truly inspirational & unmissable.
Can’t wait for tonight’s show! https://t.co/jAeYNxsA3U
— Steve Rosier (@steverosier) September 19, 2020
— Mike ??♿️?️? (@matineemikeh) September 19, 2020
#YORKSHIRE! Another truly wonderful #OVInCamera play broadcast live from London. What a gift for so many people across our world to now share in the magic of being at @OldVicTheatre. Thank You @MichaelSheen, cast and crew. New artists will be inspired by this.??✨ https://t.co/kunwZSQQVw
— ? BretsTypeWriter ? (@BretsTypeWriter) September 19, 2020
#OVInCamera #OVFaithHealer another terrific livestream from @oldvictheatre Brilliant performances all round. The intimacy of a monologue really draws you into the screen, so you can almost feel like you’re there. But God, I can’t wait until we can return for real. ❤️?
— Lisa Hutchison (@lisahutch76) September 19, 2020
Brilliant performances all round thanks to all the cast and for putting on another great play #OVInCamera #OVFaithHealer #michaelsheen is incredible, cannot wait to see more of these great productions at home. Thanks to all. pic.twitter.com/JeekMBpvo7
— KirstiB (@KirstiB8) September 19, 2020
And thank you again @oldvictheatre for giving us #theatre audiences around the world such amazing shows via #OVInCamera – this is a unique offer that really is giving us a fantastic chance to see the best of British theatre!
— Keren קרן (@kbaryaacov) September 19, 2020
Texas, USA! #OVInCamera plays have been my only live theatre experience and you all have really been so amazing. Thank you. I look forward to the day when I can travel to your theatre and see a play in person.
— Abigail (@LadyInTheUSA) September 19, 2020
— Danielle Carrot (@xhdanielle) September 20, 2020
— vickster51 (@vickster51) October 8, 2020
It’s nights like these that reinforce how much I love theatre. I’m so heartsick to sit in my seat and wait for the curtain to rise. To be in a room with other people in a shared experience. @oldvictheatre performances are so close to the real thing. I can’t wait to get back ??
— Eleanor (@elliec0pter) September 16, 2020
— Jon Gilchrist (@Jon_Gilchrist) September 16, 2020
— Naomi (@naomi_jones) September 17, 2020
— ? BretsTypeWriter ? (@BretsTypeWriter) October 26, 2020
Despite being highly sceptical of watching theatre on any kind of screen, I am delighted to report that @oldvictheatre’s In Camera series has served up a real treat with Faith Healer. Riveting performances from @michaelsheen @indyv9 @DaveThrelfallUK. Pure oxygen. Thank you.
— Karl Wilson (@KarlMWilson) September 17, 2020
Faith Healer @oldvictheatre was a masterclass in doing livestreamed theatre with craft and flare, without making the show /about/ the livestream.
A captivating pleasure to watch ?
— Ed Bankes (@bankes_ed) September 16, 2020
Oh my goodness that was FANTASTIC! @michaelsheen @indyv9 @oldvictheatre Just so entrancing and captivating. Thank you so much. I stood in front of my computer and applauded and got a bit tearful. Absolutely incredible. #OVFaithHealer ??????????
— mary ♡s msheen (@sheenyfest) September 16, 2020
— Marion (@Hesaiddangerous) September 16, 2020
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THANK YOU TO OUR SUPPORTERS:
The Old Vic: In Camera series is made possible thanks to the unwavering support of Royal Bank of Canada as The Old Vic’s visionary Principal Partner. Since the beginning of Matthew Warchus’ tenure in 2015, RBC has sponsored over 30 main stage productions and now, in the face of such challenging times, RBC continues to stand alongside us and support our theatre and our audiences by enabling the delivery of this series. And, thanks to PwC’s steadfast generosity through this crisis, we’re delighted to be able to make this artistic initiative widely accessible with a number of PwC £10 Tickets offered across all performances.
This production of A Christmas Carol is supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies.
Royal Bank of Canada – Principal Partner
PwC – PwC £10 Previews Partner
A Christmas Carol is supported by Bloomberg Philanthropies
With special thanks to our streaming video platform provider, Zoom