Self-Tape auditions are…auditions!

Sometimes casting directors require actors to send them a self-tape audition, the reasons are different, the main ones are: 1) Production requirement 2) modus operandi (The way in which they like to work) 3) Just being lazy Anyway, I think it’s just one of the opportunities actors have to give a good impression. Also, why do you think it’s bad?… Read more →

Actors Personal Reputation: the third secret for success

Hello everyone! We’re arrived at the end of our series of actors personal reputation suggestions, today is the last article. 🙁 After we recommended you to put together an amazing story here and having convinced you that a strong personality is also really important to be successful here, we’re ready to sum up the rest encouraging you to share. Not… Read more →


The first secret for actors personal reputation: the story

Hello everyone! Today I’m really excited to share with you a secret..but psshh! I need to tell you something before. It’s been some months now where I’m having a lot of meetings with many actors and people, looking to build their future career. But, apart from the theatre experience, trainings and jobs you can do,  there’s still something you’re missing. What… Read more →


London Auditions Tips & Tricks

Hey guys! Today we’re going to a secret event. We can’t say much at the moment, but, I’ll give you a hint: say the event we’re going today is related to: “you’ve been called for a London audition and you want to be sure you’ll be successful.” What are the things you should keep in mind to be successful at… Read more →

Theatre in Education: what is it?

Theatre in education may have had its heyday in the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, but, in various permutations, and not always under the same name, continues to be vital, innovative and inspiring practice for many concerned with the use of drama and theatre for educational purpose. So the definition of TIE in the second decade of the twenty/first century has necessarily… Read more →