Category Archives: Character

TWO GOOD AUDITIONS

Tweet  Julie had completed her first term at The Rehearsal Room but had been unable to attend the final session because she was sick. Five weeks later she returned to complete the final exercise. Her task was to perform an … Continue reading

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Working With Simple Tools

TweetThe Rehearsal Room aims to train actors to deliver bold and realistic performances on short preparation times. That’s the way the workplace operates for a screen actor. A newcomer to The Rehearsal Room ANA DELLA ROCCA is trying out these … Continue reading

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Getting the Walk Right!!

TweetIt is thespian convention that “When creating a character the first thing that has to be done is to get the walk right!!” Why? Why? WHY? If the character of a person determines the way they behave what on earth … Continue reading

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Honest Inter-acting

Tweet  There were many performance achievements in Monday night’s third class of the term for the Advanced Workshop.  But one in particular stood out.  What made this performance so richly rewarding for an audience was that  – the story was … Continue reading

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Doing the Impossible

Tweet  “I want to be able to play a different characters,” the actor said to me. And then added … “And I know that I have to just use different parts of my own personality – but when I look … Continue reading

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