Acting Tips

Acting Tips

Welcome to the Acting Tips section of the site. Listed here are all our latest Acting Tips. These tips are written by our core writers Andrew Hearle, Luke McMahon, Jim Harwood and James Waters as well as many others. All our writers are trained, professional actors. These guilt free acting snacks aim at helping actors develop their craft, rethink there personal methodology and inspire confidence.

If something works for you use it, if not don't try to force one of our acting tips to work; every actor is different. Please let us know your thoughts on any of the Acting Tips listed here. If you have a question about any element of your acting, let us know and we will endeavour to help you out in any way we can.

What to do if You Don’t Get Into Drama School

Many of our favourite actors proclaim they are untrained. Many people are charismatic and confident and beloved by the camera. These are important qualities, but what helps many of these so-called untrained actors is an...

How to Survive a Drama School Showcase

Drama school showcases are polarising. Typically you are either bombarded with agent offers, or you are left sitting on a park bench staring at a blank inbox, reprimanding yourself for wasting three years of your...

Objectives not Emotions

A fast and simple way to take your performance to the next level is by changing your focus. If you, like most actors, are a strong empath, you relish mining the emotional core of your...

Essential Netflix Viewing for Aspiring Actors

As if you needed another excuse to watch more Netflix, but here’s 5 essential films & TV series aspiring screen actors have to check out! 1# Please Like Me This Aussie gem is a masterclass...

Why Movement Is Important for Acting

There are three aspects of acting that are covered in drama school. They are scene work, voice work, and movement. Physicality and movement is often left until the last minute, and many times, can be...

Why You Shouldn’t Aim for Fame

Scary, I know, especially in a culture where we often equate fame, with success. So shouldn’t I be aiming for success? Yes, child, you absolutely should, but not in the way you think. After thinking...

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