Alexander Lee-Rekers, Author at StageMilk

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Best Three-Hander Plays

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Picture the scene: two actors, sharing a stage. Each of their characters have their own sets of needs and wants—their own objectives they’re fighting to achieve within the story. Even if their motives are hidden...

Best Shakespeare Villains

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Hero, villain. White-hat, black-hat. Goodie, baddie. When it comes to the creation of compelling protagonists and antagonists, nobody did it quite like William Shakespeare. Shakespeare understood that a story is only as good as its...

Acting Career Information

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Whether you’re a fresh-faced drama school graduate or a grizzled, veteran board-treader, it’s safe to say you’d agree an actor’s life is one of variation and uncertainty. Hell, it’s probably safe to say you knew...

Best Two-Hander Plays

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Lights up: two actors share a stage. No frills, no flash, no cast of thousands … just two people coming together to talk, argue, clash and quarrel until one emerges victorious. Nothing quite like it,...

Should I Become an Actor?

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Chances are, if you’re reading this article, you are staring down an important and exciting crossroads in your life. Perhaps you’re thinking about following a lifelong dream? Maybe you’re returning to acting after a long...

How to Become a Film Director

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There are few career paths as difficult, competitive and yet desirable as that of film directing. The very term “director” is near-synonymous with fame, recognition, creative control and, let’s face it, cool. Whether you’re a...

Practice Scripts for Actors

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This page contains a selection of practice scripts for actors. These scripts have been developed here at StageMilk and are designed to give you material you can use when practicing scenes with your fellow actors,...