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drama training

Few people can afford to audition for more than three or four drama schools and choosing which are the best fit can be difficult....

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...

James Issitt is a senior lecturer in drama at the University of Cumbria. He tells John Byrne about his work… How did you start off...

American director and choreographer Kenny Ortega has said he believes that British actors are “the best” because of the “impeccable” drama training in the...

Several weeks ago, I interviewed Adam Penford, Nottingham Playhouse’s incoming artistic director, for The Stage. During our conversation, he mentioned how important one of his...

Drama students across the UK have been awarded £77,500 worth of bursaries by the Society of London Theatre to help them complete their training. The...

LAMDA and the Genesis Foundation have launched a new mentoring programme for actors, stage managers and technicians. The Genesis LAMDA Network pairs final-year students on...

My first job was the role of Twyla in the Finborough Theatre production of a show called When Midnight Strikes, written by the wonderful...

You’re all in it together but the message often gets lost between director and actor when building a performance and production. Director Phil Willmott...
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