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Natural Sore Throat Remedy

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Sore Throat Solutions When you have a sore throat it is usually a side-effect of having a cold or flu. As an actor or performer you need to be able to tackle colds and their symptoms quickly...

Acting Books

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This is a list of the best acting books out there. Of course acting books are very subjective. Sometimes you can read one and get very little out of it, whilst someone else can read...

Macbeth

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Play Synopsis The triumphant Macbeth and fellow-general Banquo are returning from battle against the Norwegian rebellion. On their return to Scotland three witches appear before them and predict that Macbeth will become Thane of Cawdor...

Shakespeare’s Words | Book Review

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The must have Shakespeare resource: Shakespeare’s Words Shakespeare’s Words by Ben and David Crystal is an incredible book. For actors it is an essential resource. It is a glossary and language companion that gives accurate definitions...

Romeo and Juliet

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Romeo and Juliet: Synopsis An unexplained family feud is taking place between two rival aristocratic houses: Montague and Capulet. The streets of Verona are contaminated with brawls between members of each house and the prince...

Take a Jacket, it’s Cold Out

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In the last eight months since graduating from WAAPA I’ve had a fair few realizations about work, life, and big city living. One of those realisations was that for the most part, enjoying the deliciously...

King Lear

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Information on Shakespeare’s masterpiece, King Lear. Written between 1605 and 1606 this is considered one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies. Below is a play synopsis, character list and the best King Lear monologues. This play is rated...

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