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KSA Academy of Performing Arts

Training News & Features by Susan Elkin

Nate Leung – a very focused eleven year old

I met Nathan (Nate) Leung, 11, in March when he was one of ten finalists for the Stage Scholarships at Sylvia Young Theatre School (SYTS)  and I was, as usual, on the judging panel. Well,…

Published on 31 Jul 2014

Costa del Dorset – good place to start training

Going to Dorset is always a pleasure. And not just because I spent all my childhood holidays there so I can get (very) nostalgic about Dorset. In recent years it has also been interesting to…

Published on 28 Jul 2014

Need a drama lesson plan?

I often mention resources – particularly books – in these columns. Now I’ve come across something a bit different which is likely to be of interest to drama teachers working with school children aged 7-19. Teaching…

Published on 24 Jul 2014

Central trains adults with learning disabilities

Here’s a bit of good news. Next month fifteen adults with learning disabilities will become the first students to graduate with a diploma in performance making from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and…

Published on 21 Jul 2014

Read more plays

Performing arts students – especially those doing acting – should be reading lots of plays. And that should include, obviously, plays of all styles and eras. You need the most eclectic knowledge possible of what’s out…

Published on 17 Jul 2014


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Sita McIntosh, who previously ran Ticketmaster’s theatre division, will join theatre website WhatsOnStage in the new role of chief operating officer. McIntosh, who leaves Ticketmaster after six months in the role, will join WhatsOnStage in…
More than 1,200 theatregoers have pledged to keep their mobile phones turned off during performances as part of a campaign to improve audience etiquette. Audience members have agreed to ensure their phones are off before…