Actors and Performers

Annie Morrison on The Moment of Speech

Legendary voice instructor and creator of the Morrison Bone Prop, Annie Morrison, has put her modernising practice to paper, sharing her transformative process in The Moment of Speech: Creative Articulation for Actors.

An interview with Cherrelle Skeete, from the Actors’ & Performers’ Yearbook 2022

Actors & Performers Yearbook 2022

In this exclusive interview, actress Joan Iyiola talks to Cherrelle Skeete, co-founder and Artistic Director of Blacktress UK, a network that supports Black womxn creatives by providing them with a community.

Introducing… 30 Monologues and Duologues for South Asian Actors

30 Monologues and Duologues for South Asian Actors

The Kali Theatre celebrates 30 years of producing art with 30 monologues and duologues written by South Asian women.

An extract from Clown: The Physical Comedian – introducing The Look

Read this Extract from Clown: The Physical Comedian, Introduction, The Word and The Look

Extract from Voice into Acting, Chapter One: The Organic Acting Approach and the Voice

Voice into Acting

Read this Extract from Voice Into Acting, Chapter One: The Organic Acting Approach and the Voice

Extract from Actors’ and Performers’ Yearbook 2021

Actors' & Performers' Yearbook 2021

Read this interview from the Actors’ and Performers’ Yearbook 2021 with David Mumeni on levelling the playing field for actors from working- and benefit- class backgrounds.

Beyond #metoo

In October 2017, the The New York Times published an article accusing Hollywood film mogul Harvey Weinstein of decades of sexual harassment and assault. The entertainment industry’s apparent astonishment caused actress Alyssa Milano to tweet, “If all the women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted wrote ‘Me too’ as a status, we might give people a sense of the magnitude of the problem.”