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KSA Academy of Performing Arts

Training News & Features by Susan Elkin

Please take boys to ballet

I recently had the pleasure of seeing English National Ballet School’s My First Ballet: Coppelia at the Peacock Theatre – along with hundreds of families. Did I say families? Well yes, there were huge numbers…

Published on 21 Apr 2014

Something at the New Everyman for every young person

Interesting things are going on at the rebuilt Liverpool Everyman. Not least its new Young Everyman Playhouse (YEP) company which has replaced Everyman Youth Theatre with a much wider range of ways of getting involved….

Published on 17 Apr 2014

The Garden of England

So what does it mean to live in Kent whether you’ve just arrived or whether, like me, you’ve been here for decades? Last week I went to the Marlowe Theatre to find out. The Garden of…

Published on 14 Apr 2014

Surely we are training too many students?

Are we training too many students? It’s the showcase season – and there are dozens and dozens of them. I see at least one a week and sometimes more at this time of year although…

Published on 10 Apr 2014

Teach verse speaking – thanks, Sam Wanamaker

It is often alleged – by people who are happy with cavalier generalisations – that 21st century drama schools don’t teach Shakespeare and his contemporaries properly and that today’s young actors don’t know how to…

Published on 7 Apr 2014

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Birmingham Repertory Theatre will be the home of this year’s Be Festival, which celebrates European culture, after the event was forced to relocate from the factory it previously occupied. The festival, which was founded five…
Plans to lease the Byre Theatre to the University of St Andrews have been challenged by Equity, which also condemns the proposal as “catastrophic” for professional theatre in the town. Fife Council’s executive committee agreed…