how to write a screenplay

Tips for Writing a Screenplay

"That's one of the nice things about writing, or any art; if the thing's real, it just lives." -Woody Allen Writing is a passion of many novelists, journalists, teachers, bloggers, and screenwriting. Every subdiscipline of writing is a unique world with distinct aspects that make it stand out as unique. In today's article, we will […]

1 November 2019 ∙ 8 minutes reading time

Thinking about Theatre School? Here are Some of the UK’s Best.

Thinking about Theatre School? Here are Some of the UK’s Best.

Going on a proper course is a fantastic opportunity for you to develop your performance abilities. It will really push you as a student to get familiar with performance as an experience. You will find out what talents you ought to focus on, develop your artistic personality and sharpen your acting style thanks to expert […]

20 March 2019 ∙ 11 minutes reading time

learning how to act

Acting Methods That All Actors Should Know

"For me, our job as artists is to serve the story, serve the director, and serve the fellow actors. And if you do that, by osmosis you're serving yourself because you'll get the best out of yourself." -David Oyelowo Actors on the big screen, small screen and theatre stage have the power to influence audiences […]

12 January 2019 ∙ 9 minutes reading time

Want to Take Acting Classes?

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Superprof is go to place to acting instructors. We host over 300 coaches across the UK in all disciplines: Film, TV, Improvisation, Musical theatre, Puppeteering, Scenography, Stand up comedy, and more.

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A pile of scripts. You can learn to act by gaining experience with a wide range of scripts.

Types Of Acting Classes

Although we often picture acting as a high profile, not to mention glamorous, job thanks to the sparkle of Hollywood and the growth in popular TV shows and miniseries, the reality for many actors is that the industry is highly competitive, with many actors vying for a single role. If you’re looking to study drama […]

9 January 2019 ∙ 9 minutes reading time

The Royal Academy has produced many fine actors.

4 Famous Actors To Follow

With good actors being true chameleons when it comes to accents, it’s sometimes difficult to keep up with which Hollywood actors are American - and which originally came from the UK. Did you know that Kate Winslet comes from Reading? That Anthony Hopkins is Welsh? Find out more about these talented British actors and actresses […]

3 May 2018 ∙ 7 minutes reading time

Acting training can positively impact many areas of your life.

Why Take Acting Classes?

If you have ventured onto this blog post, then it is likely that you are already interested in drama and the amazing possibilities, opportunities and benefits that acting lessons offer you. That is a good place to start! Now it is my turn to explain to you why investing in an acting workshop or seminar […]

10 April 2018 ∙ 12 minutes reading time

Shakespeare continues to influence theatre even to this day.

What Is Drama?

Whether you are someone who is looking to become a professional actor, you aspire to teach drama as a profession, or you'd like to perform in theater as a hobby, then the chances are that you might be interested to establish a better and more in depth understanding about the diverse industry, subject field and art […]

10 April 2018 ∙ 8 minutes reading time

There are many different paths for aspiring actors to follow.

Starting Acting Classes

If you have set your sights on a career as an actor, then acting school is usually a prerequisite of the job (yes, it is a job!). While the life of a performer may seem desirable from the outside, with Instagram posts showing them at a celebrity-packed gathering or a star-studded bash most nights of the […]

5 April 2018 ∙ 14 minutes reading time