Showing posts from September, 2018

How To Ace An Audition!

Written by Michael Lin

GET THERE EARLY I generally like to get to my audition with at least 15 minutes to spare. This gives me ample time to travel there and leave time for the unpredictable nature of public transport. It also gives me time to warm up and get in the zone mentally for the audition.
I once had a final recall for a musical and my agent had told me it was at the venue I had previously auditioned at. I got to the said venue, approached reception and asked them which studio the audition was in. He had a confused look on his face… Luckily, he was in the loop and knew where the final round was but it was a 30 minute journey away and it was due to start in 15! I called my agent and explained that the info he sent me was incorrect and he apologized and called the panel that I would be a little late getting there. This is a one off situation, but it could have been a lot worse had I not been there a little early.


Stand Up on Stage - Get Ready For Faust's 20th Anniversary Season!

Written by Keon Lee

Faust started in 1999 with a simple aim: to bring the wonderful world of theatre to children and young people. We now have a rich history of amazing productions and drama programmes, led by passionate and distinguished leaders and professional collaborators, with an endless list of fantastic students and alumni who performed beyond expectations. It is quite staggering for those of us at Faust who have been here since the beginning and have seen shy or distracted children step up to the stage every year and transform themselves entirely to be confident, skilled storytellers.

Empowering children to be confident, skilled storytellers is exactly why we do the work - it is why we sought to bring the world of theatre to them in the first place. We want children to be powerful and expressive for the stage and for life. Performing for the stage gives children the discipline and tools to help them be self-expressed and creative in engaging ways. These are essential skills t…

The Benefits of Drama!

Written by Josephine Lane

Learning drama is such an important and fun thing to do and can lead to many positive benefits for a child’s life. It can teach us amazing performance skills, as well as valuable leadership skills and qualities such as confidence, creativity and communication. Drama requires teamwork and collaboration which helps build essential social skills in a proactive, positive environment. Let us tell you more about how drama can positively enrich your child’s potential and well being!

Drama can teach us creativity and expand our imaginations. In our drama workshops, we explore new worlds, become people from different times and places and learn about different perspectives and ways of thinking. Exploring these things can give us the skills needed to be creative and imaginative. In an ever-changing world, having a creative and imaginative approach is so important for thinking ‘outside the box’ and coming up with new and interesting ideas and solutions.