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In Nottingham and the surrounding areas, the average price of acting classes is £20 for an hour.
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Many people in Nottingham are drawn into the theatre and the world of drama and there are a few ways to improve your acting. You can attend lessons in a drama school, study online, or get private tuition in the performing arts from a tutor.
While some of you may think that you can't teach acting, almost every professional actor will have studied performing arts in some way shape or form. With that in mind, let's look at why it's important to hone your acting skills through study, the challenges new and experienced actors face, what we learn about acting and drama in school, how private acting tuition can help, and how to find private acting tutors in Nottingham.
While some actors certainly have a knack for the performing arts, there are plenty of skills you can learn by studying acting. There are plenty of performing art programmes you can study from a young age and in later life, too.
Drama students can learn a lot about different types of acting to ensure that they have the dramatic range to land different roles. They can also learn skills like singing, how to remember their lines, adding nuance to their performance, and also what goes into creating a film, TV show, musical, or play.
Being an actor isn't easy. Aside from performing, there's also everything that comes with the life of the actor from learning acting skill outside of performances, landing roles, and having a thick skin for when reviews come in.
Finding work as a professional actor is difficult. Acting is one of those careers with a lot of people wanting to do it but with very few positions or roles to fill. This means that unless you're very lucky, you'll face quite a challenge when it comes to finding roles, especially those that pay enough to live on.
Aside from the issues of casting, you also have to be good once you land a role. If you're acting in a play or musical, you have one chance to make sure you get it right. Every note needs to perfect and every line needs to be right. In addition to this, you may be performing several times a week and this performance is effectively your CV for anyone else looking to cast you. Bad performances or reviews could cost you your next role.
Speaking of reviews; they won't always be nice. In any creative art, you have to have thick skin. After all, it's far easier to be a critic than a performer, which is why almost everyone is one. Everything you do can be criticised and you have to remember that you can always improve. Every actor needs to take criticism on board but also make sure that it doesn't get them down or negatively affect their performances.
If you're still in school and ready to study at GCSE, you'll have the option to study drama as a subject (if your school offers it). For those interested in acting and the performing arts, this might be your first real opportunity to study it.
While what you study will depend on the exam board offering the qualification, we're going to take the AQA exam as an example of the types of topics you'll cover in a Drama GCSE.
As we mentioned earlier, you must understand how any film, show, play, or musical is put together and GCSE Drama students will learn about theatre roles, characteristics of a dramatic work, staging, and stage positioning.
They'll also learn about performing both physically and vocally. They'll learn about the physical skills necessary for interpreting a character and interpreting a character through their voice.
GCSE Drama students will also learn a lot about the theatre including set design, costume design, lighting design, sound design, and even puppet design.
Students will also study a lot about the experience of performing including responding to stimuli, developing ideas, genres and performance styles, rehearsing, refining, designing productions, and even health and safety considerations.
While GCSE English Literature also offers a bit of drama and acting, if you're serious about your acting or performing, you'll probably want to opt for the GCSE Drama.
From there, you can move onto A Level Drama. Again, some schools may not offer a drama GCSE so you may need to take related subjects like English Literature and take classes or private tuition outside of your regular schooling.
If your school doesn't offer drama classes or there aren't any suitable drama classes out there for you. A personalised teaching experience may be the way to go. With private tutors, you can learn exactly what you want, when you want, and how you want. Few subjects benefit from personalised teaching more than drama and the performing arts.
Whether you need help with GCSE or A Level Drama or are studying drama, dance, or performing arts and university and need some extra help, a private tutor is a great choice.
Similarly, if you're a professional actor or trying to be one, it can be useful to have a dedicated tutor or teacher there to provide you with useful feedback. The lessons will be tailored to you and what you need to learn.
One of the easiest ways to find acting and performing arts tutors in Nottingham is through Superprof. Just search for what you want to learn and you can start viewing the profiles of the tutors on the website.
Many of them offer the first hour of tutoring for free so make sure you try a few out before deciding on the right one for you. Make sure you carefully read each tutor's profile to make sure they have the necessary skills and experience and charge a rate that you can afford.
If you can't find any suitable tutors in Nottingham, don't forget you can also learn more about acting, singing, and the performing arts from online tutors!