Sharon Colpman gives us an insight into the five helpful character exercises she uses in order to help flesh out the characters that live in her plays.
This section contains all the how-to articles budding theatre makers can use to help hone their craft.
Playwright Mark Burrow discusses his own story about how he started writing and where he takes inspiration from when it comes to constructing new stories for the stage.
Chris Hales lets us in on some of his comedy acting tips and why he thinks that comedy is a far more difficult skill to master than drama.
First anything’s can be terrifying, but first casting calls can really give a wannabe actor a great deal of stress to prepare for. Follow these tips and be sure to ace that audition the way you know you can!
From Yoga to Dance – John Collins discusses his thoughts on what an actor should do to maintain the perfect body for performance.
John Collins delves into how to cope with success – whether it be yours or watching others achievements on the sidelines.
Courtesy of Pippa Moss we learn the vital ingredients that go into being part of a successful theatre company and becoming stronger as a unit.
From the mouth of Pippa Moss, we learn about some of the best tactics for life in (and life after) drama school. From finances to headshots – find out more here.
Getting that call or message to tell you that you weren’t successful in that audition can be crippling at times. John Collins would like to impart some wisdom to you for how to deal with audition rejection.
Ever wanted to know the secrets of how performers can just up sticks and move across the country for a job? Well, Pippa Moss has the answers to how to live out of a suitcase.