walking shadows vol. 2 awards & accolades

walking shadows vol. 1 awards & accolades

Howard Fine Acting Studio Australia & INCOGNITA ENTERPRISES Presents

Walking Shadows Vol. 2

Twenty-eight Shakespeare characters, one theatre company season launch … and a ghost.

Created & Directed by award-winning actor/director, Sally McLean (Shakespeare Republic), featuring the 2022 graduating class of Howard Fine Acting Studio Australia, Walking Shadows Vol. 2 is due to launch on May 28, 2023 on YouTube. 

Howard Fine Acting Studio Australia &

incognita enterprises Presents

Walking Shadows Vol. 2

Twenty-eight Shakespeare characters, one theatre company season launch … and a ghost.

Created & Directed by award-winning actor/director, Sally McLean (Shakespeare Republic), featuring the 2022 graduating class of Howard Fine Acting Studio Australia, Walking Shadows Vol. 2 launched on May 28, 2023 on YouTube. 

what others are saying:

"McLean transforms the comedic case of mistaken identity into a serious monologue. Kale stands in her kitchen speaking directly into the camera, positioning the viewer as the source of her unwanted attention. The effect is one of discomfort, the actor and director forcing the viewer to suddenly and unexpectedly be thrust into proximity and conspiracy ..." - British Shakespeare Association on Walking Shadows Vol. 1

Walking Shadows Vol. 2

the episodes

EPISODE 1
THE PROLOGUE: “SQUEAK AND GIBBER”

EPISODE 2
“I AM NOT WHAT I AM”

EPISODE 3
“NATURE’S FRAGILE VESSEL”

EPISODE 4
“TO THINE OWN SELF BE TRUE”

EPISODE 5
“ALL THAT GLISTERS IS NOT GOLD”

EPISODE 6
“THE COURSE OF TRUE LOVE NEVER DID RUN SMOOTH”

EPISODE 7
“WHAT A PIECE OF WORK IS MAN!”

EPISODE 8
“THE PLAY’S THE THING!” &
EPILOGUE: “LORD! WHAT FOOLS THESE MORTALS BE!”

latest news

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
The Incognita Enterprises team acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung and Bunurong People of the South-Eastern Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which we live, work and create and recognise their unceded and continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We extend our respect to their Ancestors, and Elders past, present and emerging and all Traditional Custodians throughout Australia, and offer our gratitude for the rich tradition of storytelling and artistic expression originated by all First Nation Peoples around the world, which forms the foundation of all modern creative work.