Actors often work as roleplayers in academic, medical and corporate organisations to help faciliate the learning of good communication skills. Organisations need people who can improvise, react authentically to the situation, use verbal and non-verbal cues, and feedback constructively on how the situation felt to them as their ‘character’Continue reading “Working Actor: Roleplaying as a Simulated Patient”
I had to be up at 5.30 in the morning to get up, get my face on, endeavor to look vaguely human, whilst not feeling at my best (I am not a morning person) and get to the film studio on time. It turned out to be one of those days on which everything just seemed to go right.Continue reading “Working Actor: Working as a Supporting Artist with NBA”
Last week in the deepest, darkest, nethers of Norfolk, I took part in performing in a Murder Mystery for the first time.
I had been approached, after the director of one of the productions I was working on, passed on my name to the owner of the company who runs the events. I felt incredibly humbled and grateful to be recommended on the basis of my acting with the theatre company.Continue reading “Working Actor: Performing in Murder Mystery in Norfolk”