Stage Door Live, Episode 18 – 12 August 2020 #TrainingIrishActors

Educators, directors and actors are brought together for a conversation on the growing need and opportunities for actor training in Ireland. Featuring: Amy Rowan, Dr. Bernadette Cronin, Jane Moriarty, Karen McCartney, Grace Collender, Ella Lily Hyland, Dr. Charlotte McIver, Terese Rooney and Frank Blake.

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Episode 18 of Stage Door Live is all about Training Irish Actors.

First, we talk to casting director Amy Rowan and Dr Bernadette Cronin from the Department of Drama & Theatre Studies at UCC. Then Director Jane Moriarty joins us to discuss directing and teaching at drama schools and universities. Finally, we speak with actors Karen McCartney, Grace Collender, and Ella Lily Hyland who will speak of their training experiences and careers to date. Also, Dr. Charlotte McIver, and Terese Rooney and the students from the Phoenix Academy of Performing Arts. Frank Blake delivers The Final Poetic Thought.

Show Resources:

NCFA Pandemic Unemployment Payment Document: COVID-19 PUP FOR ARTISTS AND ARTS WORKERShttps://bit.ly/2CpwW2g
NCFA Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme Surveyhttps://bit.ly/340b6gW
2020 – 2021 Project Awards Now Openhttps://bit.ly/3gSrNyu
Minister Martin announced over €400,000 in funding for the promotion of Irish arts globallyhttps://bit.ly/2DCwoqv
Audiences need reassurance before attending live events – pollhttps://bit.ly/2DUG6UM
Trinity Long Room Announces Launch of YouTube Channelhttps://bit.ly/3izwVIj
Landmark Production’s ‘Theatre For One’ Comes to the Abbey Theatre — For Freehttps://bit.ly/3ah3Xu3
Drive in theatre Fíbínhttps://bit.ly/3fYZuxr

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