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What is an Inner Monologue?

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You may have read some alarming news recently that not everyone has an inner monologue, an internal thought process that is constantly ticking over that if you were to print it out would read like...

Should I go to Drama School?

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There are so many different routes to success as an actor. The path of least resistance usually involves being the offspring or relation of a famous director or producer, but not everyone has uncle Scorsese...

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...

Cate Blanchett Acting Advice

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Whether she’s the last living Tudor Monarch of England and Ireland, the Elven Lady of Light that rules Lothlorien, or some true-blue-hundy-percent-fair-dinkum Aussie royalty, all will bow to the queenly greatness that is Cate Blanchett....

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...