Stagecoach Exclusive Top Tips from Industry Professionals
Want to hear about theatre life from the people who are working in some of the best well-known shows? Then this is your chance. Here we bring you a selection of the best tips from all areas of those working in the creative industry.
Multiple winner of the British Academy Television Award for Comedy (The Fast Show, Harry & Paul and Harry Enfield & Chums) actor, writer and comedian, Paul Whitehouse, gives you his top tip for being a performer.
About Paul Whitehouse
Described by Johnny Depp as his favourite actor, Paul Whiteho...
George Asprey (The Lion King, The Crown, The Gentlemen) who has played Scar for the last 10 years in the London production of the Lion King gives an insight into why it's so important to know your material as an actor.
About George Asprey:
George recently filmed the role of Denis Stewart in WIT...
Join professional ballet dancers Erin (Orlando Ballet School) and Joshua (Royal Ballet School London) from the San Diego Ballet Company in hearing about their top tips about doing ballet practise at home safely and correctly.
About Erin Mesaros:
Erin began her dance training at the age of 5 nea...
Musical Theatre: Dance Audition Tips with Emily Goodenough
Musical Theatre professional and choreographer Emily (Follies, Kiss Me Kate, Wizard of Oz, Cats) knows the importance —and the challenge—of owning a dance audition. Here is some sage advice to help you ace your audition!
About Emily Goodenough:
Emily trained at Corraine Collins Dance Studios, b...
The MOBO award-winning artists and vocal coaches (with a client list that includes Take That, The Spice Girls, Gwyneth Paltrow, Charlotte Church, The Saturdays, Lemar and Will Young) talk you through the importance of being you and not comparing yourself to others.
Rehearsal and Audition Tips with Nathanael Campbell
Join Nathanael (Come From Away) Musical Theatre professional in his process for preparing for auditions. Learn to understand the importance of really knowing your character and going back to basics with the 5 W's.
About Nathanael Campbell:
Theatre credits include: Come From Away (West End) Guys...