Matt Trueman looks at how risk in theatre is always relative.
Touring is a key part of an actor’s life. Everyone does it at some time, whether it’s a first job theatre-in-education tour or a national week by week tour with a big show in prestigious venues. And it’s very different from being in a run at a fixed venue. So why don’t more drama schools devote time to preparing students for touring, whether it’s one-nighters, short runs in different places or something in between?
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As Sprint Festival at CPT kicks off, the theatre’s artistic director Brian Logan and executive director Amber Massie-Blomfield explain why their most thrilling work comes from giving artists’ their first professional performances – and why it’s so vital to present work by students.
Unlimited has received an Ambition for Excellence Award from Arts Council England, match funded by the British Council, to deliver a three year international programme. Clara Giraud, Assistant Producer for Unlimited, explains what it means for the next three years…