Thoughts on the outcome of a Rehearsal Room Audition Workshop
explore the essential ingredients of the "The
The Casting Director
some thoughts on the audition process "Processing
the Audition Process" as a result of observing actors
at work. Plus some tips from ABC Casting Director Alison Telford.
a Co-op Theatre Production
A reflection upon the experience of the first phases of organizing
a co-op play with particular emphasis on the casting process
from the director's point of view. "An
Adventure into Theatre"
and "LAST ORDERS"
Fred Schepisi spoke about the making of "Last Orders"
at its first Melbourne screening at the Nova Cinema in Carlton
(Friday 28th June 2002). Topics include auditions, casting and
rehearsals for thid his most recently released film. Fred
Schepisi and "Last Orders"
Angela Dickson reflects upon a visit to The
Actors Studio to see a reading of 'Dynamite Tonight'
(An Actors Opera).
Part In His Downpour
Jonathan Biggins played the First Priest in the American Co-production
of "Noah's Ark" starring Jon Voight. In this memorable
article he recounts with great wit his journey through the filming
of the flood. Along the way he provides great insights into the
experience of being cast in a small part on a large production.
In addition he has also delivered an extremely entertaining read.
"Noah: My Part In His Downpour"
explores many facets of the actors lot and is a must to read.
- Howard Stanley actor, director and teacher reflects upon the
issues surrounding line learning.
Getting and creating the role of Tom Ripley. Drew Hunt reflects
upon his experiences in "A
of Doing It
Only so much can be learnt about acting from reading, thinking
and classes. The hard lessons are learnt through the
process of actually doing it. Richard reflects upon the
lessons learnt by a group of student actors from their cabaret
A "Blue Heelers" shooting. Tess Masters reflects upon
the actors experience of being
The experience of an actor who took Rehearsal Room process to
the set of a student film. The real challenge of applying the
classroom theory to a real acting
Doctor and actor Caroline Lloyd approached me to direct an evening of monologues for the theatre.
The inspiration for the production was a piece Caroline had written
based on five years experience working as a doctor in a number
of Melbourne's brothels. This article explores the various experiments
and discoveries made during the intense and fascinating rehearsal
Four casting directors name the three
most important elements they are looking for when auditioning
an actor ...
of the "Stars"
A look at some of the "stunts"
pulled by those considered "stars" in the industry.
Not all do this, but, there are some ...
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