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The Perfect Audition?

For 95% of actors, auditioning is something they will be doing throughout their careers (the...
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Applying for Drama Schools: Be Prepared!

So you’ve decided, you’re going to ‘go for it’! You’re leaving school, the prospect of a...
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Navigating the theatre industry!

Finding your way through the maze of the theatre industry nowadays can be daunting. There are so...
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How To Get Into Drama School?

"How do I get into Drama school?" is a question that would challenge any actor or academic, no...

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  • Starting Out: How I Screwed up my First Job

    Gillian Saker Drama School Auditions Coach (South East London) Picture My first job was on the TV series Ripper Street for the BBC. I was still in drama school at the time, and was very excited to land the job. When I arrived on set, I was shown to my trailer and everyone was buzzing around offering me food and tea and escorting me about. Everyone talked in a weird...
  • "Can You Just Sit Down And Do That Again...?" Editor's Pick

    Nathan Mark Gordon Drama School Auditions Coach (West London) Picture “Can you just sit down and do that again...? It was the first of my auditions for drama school and it was a biggie: one of the most famous drama schools in the world. I was nervous, but I felt ready. I'd worked really hard on my monologues and I knew exactly what I was going to do. This was...
  • The Philosophy Of Drama

    Nano Nagle Drama (general) Teacher (North West London) Picture Philosophy of DramaDrama is the expression of ideas, feelings and human experience through movement, sound, vocabulary, visual image and the realisation of role. Drama can teach valuable skills, such as self-awareness, empathy, cooperation and confidence. The teaching of drama develops the...

 

  • 'Me, Myself And I' In Drama School Auditions Editor's Pick

    Theresa White Drama School Auditions Coach (Leicester) Picture Auditioning for drama school is one of the most forced and unnatural processes. A passionate young student who desperately wants to be trained in their chosen field is expected to perform like a professional to get the chance to do just that... so how is that possible? Firstly when students...
  • Don't Fall In Love With Your Potential

    Ellie Rose Drama School Auditions Coach (Manchester) Picture This week a group of my students auditioned at one of the UK's leading drama schools. We had worked on their pieces, we had torn them to shreds, asked and answered a lot of questions and then put all that work away and just played. They had all prepared, worked hard and now were all nervously...
  • How To Get Into Drama School? Editor's Pick

    Caolan Byrne Drama School Auditions Coach (South East London) Picture "How do I get into Drama school?" is a question that would challenge any actor or academic, no matter where they are based or whatever background they are from. And it can quickly be followed by the question, "Do I need to go to drama school to be a professional actor?" There is no definitive...