Synopses & Reviews
Then What Happens? makes the case for putting story and storytelling back at the heart of theater. It explores the process of adapting for the stage, investigates particular techniques for actors, and includes over two hundred exercises, improvisations, and workshops dealing with the practical aspects of story-theater. An invaluable resource for anyone moved by the power of an unfolding story.
An essential, insider guide to working and earning money in the corporate acting sector.
With arts funding being squeezed, employment figures high and new graduates facing the daunting prospect of having to pay off ever-larger student loans, it is now more important than ever for an actor to have other ways of paying the bills between jobs. This guide shows how corporate acting work can keep actors employed and keep their skills sharp.
A practical investigation into story-theatre and the art of telling stories through theatre, by a renowned director.
About the Author
PAUL CLAYTON is an actor, director, presenter and casting director. His acting credits include Peep Show
, Coronation Street
, Law and Order
, Doctor Who
, My Family
and One Foot in the Grave
. He started working in the corporate sector in 1993, and now has over 600 events to his credit. He is an associate artist of the National Youth Theatre, for whom he has directed several productions, and is currently co-chair of the board at The Actors Centre in Covent Garden, London.