Blocking a Play: The Beginner’s Guide

Although it can sometimes be a slow and dull process for both actors and directors alike, blocking is an integral part of bringing your performance to life. If you are blocking a play for the first time, here are some useful tips to take on board…

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‘Acting is an exercise in empathy’: Thoughts from an ex-student

Prague Youth Theatre graduate Isi Klvanova is currently interning with us. She recently took some time to reflect on her experiences as a student and how it was about much more than acting…. Once we’re standing backstage and the audience murmurs die down… There’s a split second when it’s completely dark. Everything is still. And…

Never Give Up: PYT Alumna auditions for drama schools

Ana Ribeiro is a recent alumna of our Advanced group and has taken part in many productions during her time with us, including ‘Basset’, ‘The Taming of The Shrew’, and most recently as Lady Macbeth in ‘Macbeth’. Here she tells us about her journey post-PYT, pursuing her dream to study at drama school.  Last year…

Prague Fringe 2018 : The Wrap-Up!

The Prague Fringe Festival is done and dusted… but we’ve got some reviews to share with you still. Here’s what Megan and Liam had to say about the shows they saw on the 1st and 2nd of June! 1st June Liam Today I saw a few shows as a punter, but I was able to…

Prague Fringe 2018: Day 7!

Today’s the last day of the Prague Fringe; see what you can before it’s gone! We’ve got more reviews coming of course, but for now, here’s what Megan and Liam saw on the 31st of May! Liam Both shows I saw today turned out to be script-in-hand deals. I’m not very used to seeing Fringe…

Prague Fringe 2018 : Day 6!

The Prague Fringe binge is past its halfway point…Here’s what Megan and Liam saw on Wednesday! Liam Tonight, the only show I was able to review was 2100 : a Space Novelty, performed by Cut Mustard. They’re recent graduates of the LeCoq school, and it makes for a really fun physical piece! It’s a science…