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How to make your next job count

Date 9th February 2019
Starts 12:00 pm
Finishes 12:45 pm
Room Montagu Suite
Hosted by an expert panel on behalf of Curtain Call
*Please check to ensure that you have not double booked any of our seminars, workshops or events*

So you got in the room. You’ve snagged the role. It’s great news. Now what? The dilemma faced by every actor. The sudden rush of adrenalin fades away and the anxiety of what you’re going to do in the room hits you like a freight train. But fear not, this panel of theatre experts including a director, a company manager, and a movement director will guide you through the nerves with top tips on how to ace that first day, the rehearsal process, and the tricky tech period all the way to opening night … and prove to everyone that you belong IN THE ROOM.

Curtain Call are hosting an expert panel featuring a director, movement coach, associate director and producer to help guide you through the process of rehearsals and making the most of your next job.

This is a great opportunity to hear from people at the top of their game, talking about how best to make the most of your next job, and ask them questions.

Curtain Call is a networking and jobs platform set up by theatre professionals. Described as a mix between LinkedIn and IMDb, the site gives its members the opportunity to collaborate with other members as well as access jobs and training opportunities.

Bruce Guthrie – Director

Bruce is a successful theatre and film director. He was resident staff director at the National Theatre working with Howard Davies, Richard Eyre and Deborah Warner, and Associate Director to Sam Mendes on the world tour of Richard III for the Bridge Project (The Old Vic / BAM). His works takes him around the globe, most recently at the Singapore Repertory Theatre with Nick Payne’s ‘Constellations’.

Amaia Mugica, Movement Director

Since 2012, Amaia has specialised in movement training for actors and currently works as a freelance movement director and teacher for actors and performers. Throughout her career she has undergone training in a wide variety of disciplines and methodologies, with a select number of professionals. This complimentary mix of training has allowed Amaia to synthesise different disciplines into her own distinct practice.

Max Lindsay, Associate Director

Max Lindsay has worked as an Associate Director with Rufus Norris at the National Theatre, with Daniel Evans, Tinuke Craig & Dale Rooks as Resident Assistant Director at Chichester Festival Theatre, as Youth Theatre Director at Nuffield Southampton Theatres and throughout the UK on tours. Max trained at East 15.

Kimberley Thomas-Currie, Producer

Kimberley has worked as a Producer and General Manager at The Old Vic and in the West End with Adam Spiegel Productions. Most recently she has worked as Producer and Programmer for Assembly Festival, and produced ‘A Christmas Carol’ starring Simon Callow at the Arts Theatre.