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It's not the words. It's the emotion behind the words.

I was working with one of my actors on a pivotal scene in our upcoming play. She gives a short speech which spurs on some tremendous societal changes. 407 more words

Friday 21st April 2017 - Script writing scene 1 FMP

I have offered my input into assisting with the script writing as I felt that it is a strength of mine and that I wanted to be able to put this to good use, but hadn’t had the opportunity to do so as of yet, so thought I would take the initiative to out myself forward and ask the current team (Sophia and Jack) if I could join them in creating the script. 357 more words



Want to know how to Act? or you just want to improve your acting skills ? MMPAA offers the best Acting Workshop for you.

The Ministry of Music and Performing Ats Academy (MMPAA) offers a 12 session acting workshop that  teaches different techniques in acting. 147 more words


A Sucker EMCEE, a one-man show from Craig “Mums” Grant | OkayPlayer

Article source: http://www.okayplayer.com/news/a-sucker-emcee-craig-mums-grant.html

In 2014, the LAByrinth Theater Company produced A Sucker EMCEE, a one-man show from Craig “Mums” Grant. Grant, a poet and actor, used hip-hop and rhymes to tell his life story, from a young boy in the Bronx to a great success in the acting field — he appeared on HBO’s  105 more words


The Voice Agency

Patrick McKenzie is an actor, voice-over actor, model and dreamer from London, England. He is associated with Equity, T.A.C.T., British Voice Association and Actors Guild. … 257 more words


Playing a Prisoner and a Stripper 

I make amazing life choices. In the next 3 weeks I will be playing the prisoner Poussey (or Piness in my version) of Orange is the New Musical. 285 more words


The cup of tea that launched a message board crash #richardarmitage

And well more than a thousand crushes.

Thinking about National Tea Day (yeah, another one of those made up holidays social media loves) reminded me first and foremost of the wonderful “tea scene” in episode 1 of… 232 more words

Richard Armitage