Yesterday I reached breaking point. I completely broke down. If there’s one thing I hate doing its crying in front of people. It’s a problem I’ve been learning to deal with ever since my Dad passed away. I built up this foundation of strength in saying everything was ok when it really wasnt. This has
“I don’t think you can think of it as ‘Woyzeck’ as it was written.”
With rehearsals now under way for our end of year production ‘The Dreaming’, the show is really coming together. Characters have been established and songs have been brought to life. Just 10 days in, we’ve already created something we’re all extremely proud of. This may all change however, as with any production changes are inevitable.
The act of collaboration involves the process of working together with other individuals to create something through your project. Here at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance that involved the joint creation between Musicians, Dancers and Musical Theatre students. I opted to choose a project that was open to all and that featured every aspect of the conservatoire’s departments. That
‘She took me by the hands and spiralled with me around the room telling me to close my eyes, it was just me and her; everyone else disappeared, all the while asking me to find my character through my breath – something that was relatively new to me in an acting sense. There was something so magical about this moment that I’m really grateful for. Whilst spiralling there were, for a brief moment, glimpses of me just letting go and being free almost. It felt like I was teleported to a room where everything was white and serene. It was like being in a meadow full of daisies and greenery being 5-years-old again playing without a care in the world.’
Coming to London being the small town boy that I am has definitely opened my eyes up in regards to the outer world. There’s so much more to life than just that of your inner circles. Whilst still being employed at my old job for temp/holiday work I was now on the job hunt in