I always tell my students that the old trope about becoming a professional actor is true: 'If you can think of anything else that you would like to do, go and do that; if you're serious about becoming an actor, then you're in the right place.'
Becoming an actor is not easy: it takes extraordinary talent, but that's not enough. You need real lifelong passion, commitment, and dedication, and - let's face it - a lot of luck.
Knowing where to start is half the battle. I know how intimidating it can be, trying to get past the drama school audition panel gatekeepers, from both a nervous young actor's and a drama school panellist's point of view.
The truth is, this is normal. Everyone feels that way. Going to drama school is within reach, and there are learnable skills that will give you a real leg up on the competition. I see the mistakes that are frequently made, and honestly, they're all avoidable. As a drama school panellist, I need to see your true potential shine through, and as an experienced teacher I can help guide you to achieve exactly that.
- Drama School audition coaching
- drama school preparation sessions
- audition coaching
- actor training
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