Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Value of Persistence

Tweet Max Middleton was always gently determined.  That determination delivered an enormously successful career – sixty-eight exhibitions over sixty-six years.  His determination and persistence enabled him to do the things he wanted to do and he did them all his … Continue reading

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Tweet  Three actors this morning were making impressive progress on the third morning of preparation for the next Audition Workshop.    (This article was written a long time ago and I’ve never hit the ‘publish’ button – I don’t know … Continue reading

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Tweet  MAX SIMON has just made his debut as The Rehearsal Room ‘reader’ at two excellent workshop sessions for Casting Director Tim Littleton.  Initially, I was carefully monitoring MAX’s performance. But I soon relaxed.  Very early on I noticed he … Continue reading

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Simple Tricks

TweetMany actors have said to me, “When are you going to write your acting book?”  BUT I think my next book will be titled “Grandpa Goes to the Park”.  It will be a picture book.  There’ll be A LOT of … Continue reading

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