Juliet Rylance and her father, Mark, graced the London stage boards at the same time in different theatres during 2010. Mark featured in David Hirson’s comedy La Bête at the Comedy Theatre, and Juliet was in The Bridge Project’s Shakespearean double bill, As You Like It / The Tempest over at the Old Vic.
Mark signed my sketch first on the 10th August 2010, and Juliet a week later.
My other Mark Rylance drawings can be found here, here and here.
Husband and wife Christian Camargo and Juliet Rylance featured in The Tempest and As You Like It as part of the Old Vic’s Bridge Project, directed by Oscar winner Sam Mendes.
Performed in repertory over a two month season in 2010, Juliet played the roles of Rosalind and Miranda, while Christian performed as Orlando and Ariel.
My dreaming depicts them as Orlando and Rosalind in As You Like It. Juliet was rewarded with an Obie Award for her role. She has recently produced a modern retelling of Chekhov’s The Seagull, written and directed by Christian. Titled Days and Nights, the film features both, plus a cast including William Hurt, Ben Whishaw, Jean Reno and Katie Holmes. It will be release later this year.