John Collins lets us in on a few acting games that help him get limbered up and mentally prepared for a tough day of rehearsals.
This section contains all the how-to articles budding theatre makers can use to help hone their craft.
Theatre design is all fun and games till it comes to the nitty gritty of budgeting, but you need to get this process mastered to make a career in it!
Ever been stuck staring at a blank page wondering what to do next, but nothing will come? You’ve been hit by writer’s block. Chris Hales has the solution.
All productions will need some form of props – the problem is, where can you get them from? Theo Hung lets us in on his secrets for sourcing props.
A thought every budding actor toys with – do I need an agent? John Collins is here to talk about what he thinks you need to do to secure one.
A Director who doesn’t understand your work can hinder your production – Laura Harper tells us her tricks for finding the perfect director for your play.
Scripts are heavily reliant on dialogue in order to tell your story. Kiefer Williams gives us a lesson on how to make your characters speech fit the play.
Ever wanted to make it as a theatre designer? Take some extremely useful tips from seasoned designer David Haworth on how to perfect the basics.
Writing a story that flows can prove difficult and sometimes writers can get stuck on where to go next. Chris Hales talks of his tactics for plotting a play.
Elliott Reeves Giblin gives us some stellar advice how to succeed in fleshing out a character that goes beyond simply doing your research beforehand.