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Drama School Auditions

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The Revelation of Self

As an acting teacher with a successful career as a director I have a unique perspective on what...
A-level Drama

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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...
Drama (general)

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The Wild Art of Performance

What is it that sets a performance apart? That appeals to us so urgently that we find ourselves...
A-level Drama

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Drama Beyond Exams

Aged 13, I was lucky enough to have a drama teacher who had spent 13 years as an actor in the...

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  • How To Speak Shakespeare?

    Calum Finlay Drama School Auditions Coach (North London) Picture The short answer is: nobody knows. That said, there are lots of things you can do to make up your own mind about how best to ‘speak Shakespeare’! Let’s take the prologue to Romeo and Juliet, for example. In Baz Lurmahn’s famous film it was spoken by a news reporter; in Rupert Goold’s...
  • Navigating the theatre industry! Editor's Pick

    Acting Professionals London A-level Drama Tutor (North London) Picture Finding your way through the maze of the theatre industry nowadays can be daunting. There are so many people wanting their name in lights, especially in London, that it is easy to give up before you even start.  I have now been in the 'industry' for 3 years, since I graduated from East 15...
  • Drama School Entry

    Eva-Jane Willis Drama School Auditions Coach (North London) Picture Auditioning for Drama School can be a difficult and confusing process. There are so many schools across Britain, each with it's own history, reputation, and in a sense, personality. As much as they are auditioning you, you should also consider that you are auditioning them - finding the school...

 

  • Neelands Knows His Stuff! (book recommendation) Editor's Pick

    Kate Roberts GCSE Drama Tutor (Chester) Picture Structuring Drama Work by Professor Jonathan Neelands (April 26, 1990 (1994 revised) Cambridge University Press) is a valuable resource for all ages of Drama students and teachers alike. Packed full of dramatic conventions and how they work, we can find out how they can be put into action in...
  • The Revelation of Self Editor's Pick

    Jonny Humphreys Drama School Auditions Coach (East London) Picture As an acting teacher with a successful career as a director I have a unique perspective on what separates the winning audition from the rest. Without a doubt the most important thing you have to remember is that all great auditions are a revelation of self. But what does this mean in practice?...
  • The Wild Art of Performance Editor's Pick

    Lucinda Cary Drama (general) Teacher (West London) Picture What is it that sets a performance apart? That appeals to us so urgently that we find ourselves unable to look away? Think of Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor, or Leonardo de Caprio. Actors that seem to reveal depths to us that defy us not to be moved, or at the very least reached. What is that...