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ADVICE

First-time partner in The Stage Scholarships scheme, Spirit Young Performers Company has offered six part-scholarships in association with The Stage for the school’s Performers’...

If you’re looking to travel while training, or you’d like an alternative approach to learning your craft, there are many world-class training centres overseas....

Looking for a last-minute university place? Whether you didn’t get the results you were hoping for or have decided late in the day that...

I’m really enjoying my time at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. We’ve had good houses and nice reviews. My one concern relates back to a nasty...

Who has the real right to teach how act ? you can teach some one to say words but not how to act. What...

My first professional audition was for the fifth and sixth series of TV’s Skins. I was still at college and was loving acting, so...

1. Plan and play Being a theatre polymath is fun and, unless you’ve got money-buttered bread, necessary. How many hats you wear is up to you,...

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details... Albert Parker is 60 and has...

Andrew Wright is an award-winning director and choreographer, whose work has been staged worldwide. His current projects include Half a Sixpence and Five Guys...

As the inaugural shortlist for The Stage Debut Awards is announced, John Byrne speaks to actors and creatives about their first jobs Landing the lead role in a West End...

is it permissible to keep my lines pasted to the inside of an umbrella for those damp performances? — JEFF MAKOR (@MAKORMAN) 18 July 2017 My...

I came up to Edinburgh last week with a play that is running in an early evening slot. It’s not a bad venue...
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