'A very useful, down-to-earth book which deserves a place on the shelves of every actor or aspirant'.

Susan Elkin, The Stage, 2014

Who should read the book?

performers of all experience levels

students and graduates of drama, theatre, dance and stage schools

people considering training for a career in the performing arts

performers planning to return to the profession after a career break

amateur performers who are looking to play bigger roles, join better societies or are thinking of turning professional

people who are considering auditioning for TV talent shows

anyone interested in the performing arts or learning about the audition process

What subjects does it cover?

drama and theatre schools

showcases

amateur and professional auditions

contemporary, classical, physical and  musical theatre

television, commercial castings and screen tests

self taping

voice-overs and radio drama

networking

recalls and workshop auditions

handling job offers... and rejection

............ plus many more topics and sub topics over 48 chapters

So how can I get a copy?

click here to order your copy today... get reading and learning!


'An excellent, informative read. I wish such a book had existed when I left drama school'.

Samantha Bond (about the first edition)