Jake Fryer-Hornsby, Author at StageMilk

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Sonnet 130

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Now, this sonnet is an interesting one in that it can almost fall into the world of satire. In order to explain what I mean, we need to first understand what a Blazon was/is. A...

Sonnet 18

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Easily the most famous of Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Sonnet 18 is about as clear a love letter to someone, as well as to love itself, that you can get. To understand the significance of this sonnet...

What is a Problem Play?

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So what is a problem play? That’s a great question. Scholars and actors and directors alike have argued, debated and theorized for centuries over the exact definition of what a problem play is, which ironically...

The Stanislavski Method

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There’s a reason that the “Method” is so revered, utilised and taught in studios, stages, sets and institutions around the world. The Stanislavski method is, in its essence, the amalgamation of every piece of acting...

How to Master Any Accent

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That’s right you heard me (or maybe you didn’t through my thick Aussie accent). Needless to say, I’m here to help you to master any accent. From the resonant highlands of Scotland to the musicality...