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Blog: Exit Stage Left – Childish behaviour

Posted on 24 June 2013 by Tristan Pate

From Blue Remembered Hills  to His Dark Materials to Blood Brothers, adults playing children is a common trope in the theatre. In this environment, far from the limitations of the naturalistic casting demands of television and film, actors are keen to embrace the vocal and physical chellenges of ageing down. In the theatre, they are received by a […]

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Exit Stage Left: the low pay/no pay debate

Posted on 17 January 2013 by Tristan Pate

This month Spotlight is hosting a consultation with its members, both actors and casting professionals alike, on the much discussed “low pay/no pay” debate. In recent years a culture of internships has become the norm in a number of British industries. Having struggled their way through three years of higher education (and now paying £27,000 in […]

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Exit Stage Left: The art of analysing scripts

Posted on 14 April 2012 by Tristan Pate

It’s a theatrical legend that Anthony Hopkins reads a script more than 250 times before starting work on a character. Whether this is entirely true or not, it throws up an interesting debate on script analysis and exactly how much preparation we should do before we work practically on a play.  There are few directors […]

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Exit Stage Left: Are graduate showcases an accurate indicator of talent?

Posted on 30 March 2012 by Tristan Pate

 It’s showcase season in London, and across the country this year’s throng of graduates are rapidly reaching the culmination of their training and their introduction to the wider acting world. After an exciting third year of creative endeavours, the drama school showcase looms on the horizon; the business elements of the course are becoming more […]

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