“Never Apologise for Existing on Stage”, and other Lessons from Theatre School

“We’ve had emotional days, and intense days.  There’s no room for ‘I wouldn’t say that’, or ‘I wouldn’t do that’.  A drama degree is naturally going to be stressful.”

On the brink of graduation, preparing for the “next stage”, three University of Sunderland BA Drama students share advice for emerging actors.

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Kylie Ann Ford is an actor from South Shields, UK. She was recently part of Northern Stage’s North 15 programme, performs around the country with various theatre organisations, and can next be seen in Theatre Space North East’s Hamlet, (2nd to 5th July).

Iain Rowan is the facilitator of Holmeside Writers, a collective writing group based in Holmeside Coffee, Sunderland, UK. The group meet fortnightly to hang out, critique each other’s work, and enjoy writing with/around each other.

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