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The Application of Drama Skills in Communication

I have been an actor for more than ten years, following my three year classical training at the...
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The Art of Drama Practice

Painters paint. Singers sing. Actors...well, actors usually wait for the phone to ring. Getting...
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Globalisation in Theatre in the 20th/21st Century

When approaching a subject as vast and current as globalisation in the context of cultural...
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Drama Lessons Aren't As Scary As You Think

Sometimes when I mention the word 'drama', I see not only the students but the adults in the...

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  • Todd Heppenstall Forest Hill, SE23 Gold Member

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    Hi, I'm Todd and I'm an experienced, passionate and creative tutor, specialising in English, EFL, Acting and Accent Reduction.
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    I am an experienced drama coach - I teach at numerous drama schools and sit on the audition panel at Drama Centre. I am also very popular with corporate clients for vocal and communication training. Friendly and approachable I work with all ages!
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    Hi I'm an experienced Voice Coach who works with actors, presenters, students and business professionals to enhance voice, speech and communication skills. I'm passionate about all aspects relating to the voice and teach a unique methodology.
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    Hi! I'm an experienced Acting, Drama and English tutor dedicated to helping you achieve your goals - whether you're working towards LAMDA exams, auditioning for Drama Schools or pushing for a higher grade in your next English exam.
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    I am an enthusiastic, dedicated tutor with experience teaching a range of subjects to different ages, including French, English and Maths from 11+ and SATs exam level up to Oxbridge entrance preparation.
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    I am an experienced training facilitator, practical coach, theatre director, drama teacher, actor and singer. I will be able to help you gain more confidence in how you present yourself with a range of communication skills and drama skills.
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  • Drama Lessons Aren't As Scary As You Think

    Kirsten Moore Drama (general) Teacher (Southend on Sea) Picture Sometimes when I mention the word 'drama', I see not only the students but the adults in the room shudder in fright. It seems some of us have had negative experiences with the stage - whether this was a primary school show where you fell off the stage, dressed as one of the three wise men or...
  • The Art of Drama Practice Editor's Pick

    Graham Butler Drama (general) Teacher (South West London) Picture Painters paint. Singers sing. Actors...well, actors usually wait for the phone to ring. Getting an acting job, or even an audition, can be a long and arduous process, facilitated by an increasing number of people; people who stand between you - the artist - and the role. Casting directors,...
  • Drama Audition Advice For Beginners

    Clare Fettarappa Drama (general) Teacher (South West London) Picture I have always found the process of auditioning both nerve wracking, yet exhilarating. I have learnt that the key to a successful audition is not necessarily the outcome (aka, getting the part), but feeling happy and satisfied that it went as well as it possibly could and knowing that you have...

 

  • Globalisation in Theatre in the 20th/21st Century Editor's Pick

    Todd Heppenstall Drama (general) Teacher (South East London) Picture When approaching a subject as vast and current as globalisation in the context of cultural criticism, it is important first to define its manifestations and its effect on contemporary society. The idea of globalisation is one that is recent in academic study and one that we are in the midst of...
  • How To Perform And Move An Audience

    Sarah Farrington Drama (general) Teacher (Coventry) Picture When performing to a live audience, it is vital to remain relaxed. Then your breathing will be slower, thus you will have more control over the text. Here are some tips for you:- Take a few moments to get into character. - Use "emotion recall" - recalling an emotion from your past. This will...
  • Some Benefits Of Drama In Everyday Life

    Julia McDade Drama (general) Teacher (Bristol) Picture Performance and Drama can help everyone, no matter what age. It gives the individual the opportunity to 'be heard', something that can be difficult in classrooms due to large class sizes. Everyone has their own unique voice, and drama tuition can help develop that voice, giving the individual...