MOTIVATION – “Find it within yourself” – A Theatre Lesson

As a theatre actor since 1968, I have worked with several groups.  For over 15 years how I have been working mainly with a challenging and experimental group, led by an extremely demanding maverick director who can be brutal with his feedback and criticism, harsh, and even crude.  Even so, actors who have worked with him once stick on and do not find working with other directors as exciting.  The reason for this loyalty is that with each play, in fact even between shows he can push you beyond all your comfort zones, beyond all you thought was possible.  At the end of all the shouting, screaming, and tantrums, the group celebrates that they have grown and evolved and there is a sense of gratitude to each other and to the maverick.

He taught me one of the most important lessons I have learned as an actor and as a human being. Read More…

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The Leadership Presence – Reinforced

“The moment an actor walks on stage, an impression is made. The audience immediately gains crucial information, both about the production as a whole and the character. A costume is a transformation garment, one that assists an actor to become, for a time, someone else.” – Kaoime Malloy

“As Leaders, we are always on stage . . . . Just your presence can either energise or inhibit the energy of an entire team or organisation. Like actors, Leaders should be constantly aware of what their presence is communicating to their ‘audience’ moment to moment” – Insight experienced in “CorporateTheatre” workshops.

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