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Accion leads to emotion. Being present in the scene is the consequence of doing. When your actions fit what you’re doing, your emotions fill the character. 53 more words


RRG - week 6 - clothes and lines ... clothes lines

Act 2 scene 1 is largely about what happens physically rather than the words. Whilst important, they don’t tell the audience a whole heck of a lot. 307 more words


Script Analysis: Other People's Money, Part 5

Now, I can make the opposite argument to the one I’ve been posing in the last four posts.  Let’s say that Jorgy and Bea’s relationship was physical from early on, and that they moved in together after Bea’s husband died.  994 more words


And a Star was born

I forgot how much I love to act. I didn’t actually, that’s a lie. I’ve always loved to act and act with my friends (most adults get drunk and play talk show right? 144 more words


Squirrel Love Sunday


This Squirrel Love Sunday comes at you from my phone as I prepare for an audition today. Thank you to my dad who sent me this wonderful picture that embodies how I’m feeling today and probably for the rest of the week as I have another audition on Wednesday.


Annie (PG)

I am never normally interested in these kind of films. The remakes of older great films. I have to admit it had been years since I had seen any kind of film to do with Annie. 100 more words


The Panto is finished! "Oh no it isn't!" "Oh yes it is!"


Red Riding Hood!

I haven’t posted in a while! I have been busy with the Pantomime and have been poorly in-between!

We did our last performance last night, and it was brilliant. 74 more words