Acting Up - A Free Introduction to the Industry
Start:27 September 2013
Time:11.00 - 18.00
LocationActors Centre, 1A Tower Street, London, WC2H 9NP
Acting Up is for acting students entering their first year of an acting course at one of the Drama UK group of schools. Check out the Actors Centre in the heart of the West End, meet key industry organisations and attend a workshop or two, get to know your peers, start building your industry networ – All for FREE!!
SARAH ESDAILE - WORKING WITH DIRECTORS
Led by fantastic director Sarah Esdaile, this workshop is designed to help prepare you for the 3 years of rehearsals and productions you are about to undertake at Drama School. Knowing how to communicate with your peers and the director effectively in a creative production process can make the a huge difference to a positive working environment and free flow of the collaborative creative process.
THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF PERFORMING ARTS MEDICINE (BAPAM) – CAROL CHAPMAN
This interactive workshop will help participants’ to identify, understand and deal better with their anxieties and stresses; like life changes (new environments, workplace) or losses, working with difficult people, coping with criticism and rivalries, dealing with the production process, career issues, illness and injury and working with one’s strengths and weaknesses as well as issues from the past. Questions and comments will be encouraged and participants should acquire both insights and practical suggestions.
WORKSHOP SIGN UP WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE EVENT ONLY... SIGN UP STARTS 1 HOUR BEFORE THE COURSE START...LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE...NOTE: WORKING WITH DIRECTORS RUNS TWICE DURING THE DAY.
Equity will be taking part in the event along with other key industry organisations. You will be able to meet with Equity's Stephen Rice and Charlotte Bence to find out more about the industry and your union.
• All attendees receive complimentary Social membership of the Actors Centre
• Recommend at least 3 class mates and be entered in to a draw to win a pair of tickets to the award winning play - Call Mr Robeson at the Tristan Bates Theatre.
This is a free event but you must reserve a place (or there won't be enough goody bags!) To register please send an email to email@example.com with:-
your drama school
If a class mate recommended you please put their name down too...
"Acting Up" in the subject bar.