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Training for Actors 18+
Individual and Group Training for LAMDA examinations and auditions. Business

Operating as usual

05/01/2022

I’m always on the lookout for actors and actresses 18+ for paid work in Murder Mysteries in Shropshire and West Midlands regions. If you are interested please contact [email protected].

05/01/2022

A belated Happy New Year everyone! Let’s look forward to the building of a better and fairer entertainment industry in the future. Never forget, no matter how many theatres have gone dark and venues ceasing to exist there will always be those who carry the torch of entertainment. From buskers and lap dancers to soap stars and screen writers I salute you all and I wish success to you all in 2022. Even Benadict Cumberbatch😁

12/10/2021

I’M SEARCHING FOR AN ACTRESS TO PLAY A DESEASED MURDER VICTIM IN A 1920s MURDER MYSTERY
NOVEMBER 26th 2021
Telford based.
Playing age 18 - 25
No “live” acting required in this production but a very good opportunity to appear in other roles with the company in 2022.
If you are interested contact me Rob Ford
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 07772 823 775

13/07/2021

Just a bit of fun.
Many established actors have clauses put into their contacts stating what they are not prepared to do on film Usually this concerns s*x and nudity, but I’m sure there must be stranger clauses that have had to be drawn up.
As far as I’m concerned, I’d go nudie tomorrow but I could not eat a plate of baked beans🤮Grubs, eyeballs, sautéed toenails fine, but bb never! Close second would be wearing contact lenses.
OK. Your turn!

02/06/2021

A massive thank you to everyone who responded to my plea for actresses. We cast the second production perfectly and only failed with the first due to timing. To those of you who have contacted me personally I would like to keep you details for possible future roles, with your permission. I will delete them immediately if you object.
I’m hoping to start ‘proper’ workshops again soon. My speciality is a modern variation on so called “Method” acting, although I’ve done a great deal of comedy and Shakespeare, (stories adapted by an actor for other actors with the purpose of entertaining Kings and beggars alike. Arts council take heed!). In fact I would really enjoy doing some Shakespeare workshops for a change, so if anyone is interested I’ll see what I can do.
Cheerio for now. But as a passing thought, sometime in the next week, outside of home, be someone else for ten minutes. As long as it’s not a mass murderer😁
Rob

16/05/2021

ACTRESS URGANTLY NEEDED
PLAYING AGE 20’s. TELFORD
PAID ROLE
Dates: 21 - 23rd May and/or 28-30th May
An opportunity has become available to play a role as part of the leading Murder Mystery company in the UK. Please message or text me if you are interested.
Rob Ford
07772823775
[email protected]

02/05/2021

Back in early April I started a post about what I’d hoped to be a lighthearted piece on aspects of a characterisation blending into the persona of the actor. This was based on observations I made whilst working on various “soaps” (for want of a better word). I noticed things like a brother/younger sister relationship appeared to continue long after leaving the set, a similar situation occurred with an engaged couple on another programme. There was also the shock at discovering a well known eccentric character was far stranger in real life!
That said, I would like to mention that the soap “baddies” and nasty pieces of work I have encountered have been without exception charming, approachable and often posess a wicked sense of humour. Who doesn’t love playing a baddie?
Looking back, one of the most amusing cases of a role taking over was when I played a paramedic (W.O) in Doctors. The scene was a road accident and some of the extras appeared as police officers. Before the costume change they were happy joining in with us “non principal” performers but once in uniform they gathered in groups looking stern and keeping their distance from us civilians!
Dirk Bogart, in his book “An Orderly Man” tells of a scene in “The Night Porter” where he had to dress as an SS officer and appear in front of a cheering crowd in Vienna. He said his personality changed after donning the uniform and he felt immense power as the crowd cheered. Now I’m not comparing Birmingham constables to SS officers but I hope you get my drift.

This brings me to my delay in posting. I had the notion to research the idea of roles blending into reality. Oh dear, Pandora’s Box is a half empty box file compared to the vast number of mental disorders caused by acting. Conspiracy theories ranging from Marilyn Monroe to Heath Ledger and many, many others filled the screen. An Australian doctor even coined the phrase Post Dramatic Stress Disorder which I hope was irony! But after reading until the point of confusion I was left wondering whether there was anybody sane in the profession. Then I leaned back in my chair, smiled and said to my bewildered cat
“I bloody well hope not!”

Until next time

Rob

25/03/2021

A career in acting is a choice only to be made if you can honestly say “This is the ONLY thing in life that gives me real purpose”. It has to mean more that anything else. Family and friends are likely to mock your decision and some will turn against you entirely. It will cause friction because you will be called away at any place and time no matter what arrangements previously made. Morals, standards, values and sympathies will all have to make way for the character you are playing because you need to be engrossed in THEM. You don’t exist at the time they are living and it will sometimes take a while to free yourself from their thoughts completely.

Most importantly, you need to think on your feet at all times and learn to recognise opportunities when then appear, because you have rejected a settled life for one filled with uncertainties. The profession itself loathes you because it is overcrowded, and organisations like Spotlight and Equity will throw up what seem like insurmountable barriers to impede your progress. Therefore, you need cunning and almost certainly deception to get on the first rungs of the ladder. As the wonderful Leslie Phillips said in “Chancer” (fondly remembered as my first paid Extras job)
“Dear boy, morals are a luxury few of us can afford!”

However, when the lady on the till says “Was it you in last nights Emmerdale?” or you are taking a bow in front of an audience clapping and cheering at something you did, or simply when a director says “OK that’s a wrap” at the end of a days filming, that is when you realise you are an actor, and nothing else will ever make you feel that way.

I realised all this a very long time ago, and if my experience can help, or if you fancy taking a LAMDA exam (see their website) please let me know. A new dedicated email address is
[email protected]

12/03/2021

Bloody hell, it’s a game to change profile photos on FB. Never mind, that’s one of yours truly in the car on Friday March 12th 2021. I thought I would update it from the Halloween shot so you see me in all my glory!

Totally Acting Limited is no more. It is dissolved and faded into the ether. One of the reasons I formed a limited company was my plan for gradual expansion. I had an idea to create a brand of drama clubs and workshops to teach acting and offer LAMDA tuition to all ages through a series of after school clubs and drama centres. However, due to a number of factors, not least of which was COVID lockdowns I could not envisage this happening in the foreseeable future. Also I saw no sense in paying out to Companies House for the dubious distiction of remaining Limited, therefore I am now Rob the actor, and sole proprietor of Totally Acting 😎

So, what are the ideas for the future? I still teach acting. Method, Shakespeare, Brecht, TV and Stage and even Stand Up (I am dreadful at this but I recognise potential and have coached comedians for open mic nights in the past). I also intend to build up the corporate sector with confidence building, presentation skills and individual coaching for specific needs ie vocal training, telephone techniques etc. This encompasses wedding speeches, probably leading to a divorce soon after!

I would like to start regular workshops again when conditions allow and if there is the demand, meanwhile, if anyone has any questions about acting or show business please get in touch.

Have a bostin weekend.
Rob

11/03/2021

Hi Everyone
HUGE apologies for not posting sooner. There will be a new post tomorrow.

29/11/2020

Confidence.
Where does it come from and just as importantly, where does it go?

I suspect if I knew the answers I might have a best selling “Self Help” book on my hands, which would be nice! However it seems to be true that acting does boost self esteem and confidence. I always get a buzz from acting, whether live, on camera or in front of a class. Believe me, most teachers are fantastic actors. I often can’t keep a straight face when I hear about my grandkids misdemeanours so how they manage it is beyond me. Over the years many parents have commented on the positive effects acting workshops have had when previously shy students “break out of their shell” through the opportunity to express themselves as characters.

I think Lou Reed summed up part of the joy of acting in the song “Perfect Day” with the lyric

“I thought I was someone else. Someone good. Yeh”

You might feel warm and comfortable inside a “Shell” but rejecting the outside world and human interaction often creates pessimism and a build up of depressive ideas. Therefore I feel nurturing and occasionally boosting confidence is vital to well being.

“Ok Clever Dick, what solutions have you got?” I hear you yell through the psychic ether thingy. Here’s a few I’ve found useful. I can’t say they’d work for everyone!

1. Recognise your confidence is dipping and start work on reversing the process.
2. Try to use the telephone rather than email, texts (and FB)
3. Go for walks and say hello to friendly looking people. You’ll be amazed at the positive responses you are likely to get.
4. Think of a random character in front of the mirror or take them for the walk! This is how I rehearse and I’ve had wonderful reactions.
5. Put a favourite song on and sing along. If you’re not in the car remember the hairbrush ‘mic’.
Above all recognise you can’t control everything and try not to dwell on negativity caused by other people or circumstances.

This post has been written from personal experience, and I hope it is of interest to others. Just keep happy and healthy.

Cheers
Rob 🥃

21/09/2020

A Socially Distanced Acting Lesson

You are unique, so the characters you play will be unique. Your version of the character painstakingly crafted by the scriptwriter will be far different to any other actors interpretation, and more enlightened directors realise this and guide and encourage the actor in their quest for believability. However, before applying for any part ask yourself.
“Would I employ me in that particlar role?”

Here’s a little fun exercise you might like to try out.
First, take a sheet of paper and write ME in the middle.
Second. Write down all of the parts you believe you could play, with your current age, build and looks. These can be characters who already exist in films, made up by yourself, or characters who you believe ought to have existed in films eg. The guy with the blow torch and pliers in “Pulp Fiction”!
Third. CGI characters and animations based on your vocal talents. I think I should have got Jeff Tracy in”Thunderbirds are Go” but a wonderful challenge would be Miss Marple done in the style of Margaret Rutherford. Write these in a different colour.

Next choose one character from the real character list and live with them for a set length of time. Maybe go for a walk in character or simply do the housework as that character would do it (within reason). Find out their likes and hates and see life through their eyes. If the character is a mass murderer this exercise may need to be supervised! Otherwise taste the freedom of not having your own worries and memories for a set period. The practise will enhance your acting abilities and may help with that next audition.

Finally, for performers of seasoned years, try noting down possible turning points in your own life and explore the very different people you could be now. Even write a short “Day I the Life” of one of them. Many different people live within all of us. Have a look, you might like some of them.

All the best.

Rob

18/09/2020

Yorick, my oldest student decided he wanted to be on the cover for a while, so who am I to argue?

Today’s post is simply a review of two programmes I watched this week. The Singapore Grip and Des.

Singapore has always held a fascination for me having family connections associated with the island, so I was looking forward to business shenanigans and intrigue at this fabulous city teeming with life. Oh dear, there was as much life in this production as Monty Pythons Norwegian Blue Parrot. To start with, where was Singapore? They’ve obviously got a CGI program on the computer because of the flight of bombers at the beginning, why not give us some badly needed shots of the pre war harbour and the myriad trades in the warren of streets. This would have established a sense of place and period. Next the screenplay jumped about so much you barely got any idea of who fitted in where. Mind you, the characterisations were so badly written you ceased caring. This brings me to the acting. All I can say is, if you went to drama school, get your money back! The Woodentop’s had more emotion. To see fine actors like Colm Meany and Charles Dance slumming it in tripe like this made me worried for ITV’s future.

I needn’t have been. Monday to Wednesday ITV provided real drama of the highest quality with “Des”. I think this production will be held as a benchmark in how to succeed in creating a fact based drama as close to perfection as possible. The audience could sense the emotions of the actors, from the frustration of the police, to the disgust at the callous way Neilson disposed of his victims. You could almost smell the putrid flesh beneath the floorboards. David Tenant proved beyond doubt that he is one of the best actors Britain has ever had. Every movement and every look was that of a serial killer. There was no actor, there was Neilson.

There ends today’s lesson. The actor can never act, they must become, and that takes a lot of exhausting practice. But it’s worth it!

Take Care

Rob

12/09/2020

Last night I was involved in a live performance.

Despite the negative coverage by our constantly pessimistic media gleefully predicting the end of theatre as we know it, the company of whom I am proud to belong successfully performed a Murder Mystery to a hugely appreciative audience.

It was slightly surreal. The blend of 1920s costumes and transparent masks probably surprised some people, but the warmth towards the performers was magical, creating that special bond that can only be experienced in a live show. Here I must say, our Artistic Director and owner of the company was the driving force behind the show going on against all odds. It proved that faith and persistence can overcome obstacles. It’s a lesson I will carry with me forever.

All I can say is, if you are desperate to perform a way can be found, and rest assured, the world needs you to do it. Virus or no virus, a world without art would be so empty and hollow that I don’t think I’d want to live in it. And I don’t think I’m alone.

Cheers

Rob

03/09/2020

I can’t believe it’s been a month since my last post, I’ll put in into Alexa to give me a weekly nag, then I can bore you all regularly.
Yes, the Luddite is gradually sniffing at technology! It may be a while until I embrace its dubious charms, but my eyes have been opened to possibilities.

I may have told you that I am a LAMDA teacher. That is, an associate teacher for those who wish to undertake the external examinations of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. I recently contacted a senior colleague in the organisation regarding remote teaching and they told me they have been doing lessons for some time via Zoom. Would anyone be interested if I were to introduce various acting workshops using this medium. Small numbers only because I only have an iPad at present, and they will have set themes for a number of workshops rather than split into terms. Ie it might be a study of a Shakespeare play or Method acting for screen etc. Please let me know what you think.
I can’t wait to get back into a studio though!
Rob x

26/07/2020

The Mask

Like them or loathe them, it looks like the face mask will be a common feature for the next few months at least. Following a period of becoming “Bane” for the Grandkids I began to ponder on the usefulness of face masks in the study of emotions. Someone once said
“The eyes are the mirror of the soul”. I don’t know who said it originally but I think the strange Cowboy said it in Mulholland Drive. (If anyone can tell me what that film is about please tell me!)
It is fascinating for anyone involved in acting or psychology to try to guess what people are thinking behind the mask. You can hide your true emotions behind false smiles or in some cases tears, but the eyes usually tell the truth. For instance, you are on the train and you see someone irritably pretending to read Metro. What are they really feeling? Is there sorrow, anger, envy or another emotion behind their eyes. Attempt to form a story in your own mind and try to isolate the dominant emotion within yourself.
An exercise I would like to introduce into my own workshop which can be practised alone or with two people is this: Write down about 10 emotions, Joy, Jealousy, Pity, Amusement etc and record them. Then sit or stand in front of a mirror wearing the mask and attempt to portray the emotion in your eyes. You will need to repeat this 5 times or more before you start to feel some of the emotions. Now choose the one you feel the strongest and visualise a background story that you can note down and maybe record as a soliloquy without the mask.
Please email me if you have any queries. Like I said, I hope I can expand on this in class later in the year.
Cheerio for Now

19/05/2020

Totally Acting

First post in one heck of a long time so I’d better get this re started with something to ponder on.
Like it or not, we will remember the Corvid 19 experience for a very long time, and this is especially true for TV schedulers. It has been many months since TV studios have been able to operate which means our love of Soap Operas will soon be put to the test with either staggered showing or re runs. This might mean that good quality comedy, documentary and the rare comedy drama’s made with family audiences in mind can thrive on the major channels without being locked away on BBC4, E4 etc. In other words, new and more thoughtful programmes can be placed before the public.
Another positive aspect of this is that some producers high up take a long hard look at the major soaps and realise how far they have drifted away from the reality Tony Warren aspired to when he first devised Coronation Street. With two episodes a week it allowed writers and actors to explore their characters instead of the “crisis management” operated today. I’ve probably mentioned this before but when I played a walk on role in Emmerdale all of the actors checked mobile phones and tablets between filming scenes to check the script and see if the backstage writers had changed anything. Surely the tension caused by this production line approach affects the quality of the acting and believability of the story.
Unfortunately storylines have got so sensational nowadays no one would be surprised to see Hulk having a pint at the Rovers or the Starship Enterprise crashing through the viaduct. They need to become human again and reflect the audiences lives in a way they can be comforted in thinking
“I remember that happening to me” and
“Our Carols going through that at the moment. I wonder if she’s seen this. I’ll give her a ring.”
The programmes used to connect people in a way they no longer seem bothered to do. In my opinion programme makers, advertisers and sponsors need to take a serious look at returning them back to the audience they were originally created for.
And bless all involved the the Archers.

19/05/2020

First post in one heck of a long time so I’d better get this re started with something to ponder on.
Like it or not, we will remember the Corvid 19 experience for a very long time, and this is especially true for TV schedulers. It has been many months since TV studios have been able to operate which means our love of Soap Operas will soon be put to the test with either staggered showing or re runs. This might mean that good quality comedy, documentary and the rare comedy drama’s made with family audiences in mind can thrive on the major channels without being locked away on BBC4, E4 etc. In other words, new and more thoughtful programmes can be placed before the public.
Another positive aspect of this is that some producers high up take a long hard look at the major soaps and realise how far they have drifted away from the reality Tony Warren aspired to when he first devised Coronation Street. With two episodes a week it allowed writers and actors to explore their characters instead of the “crisis management” operated today. I’ve probably mentioned this before but when I played a walk on role in Emmerdale all of the actors checked mobile phones and tablets between filming scenes to check the script and see if the backstage writers had changed anything. Surely the tension caused by this production line approach affects the quality of the acting and believability of the story.
Unfortunately storylines have got so sensational nowadays no one would be surprised to see Hulk having a pint at the Rovers or the Starship Enterprise crashing through the viaduct. They need to become human again and reflect the audiences lives in a way they can be comforted in thinking
“I remember that happening to me” and
“Our Carols going through that at the moment. I wonder if she’s seen this. I’ll give her a ring.”
The programmes used to connect people in a way they no longer seem bothered to do. In my opinion programme makers, advertisers and sponsors need to take a serious look at returning them back to the audience they were originally created for.
And bless all involved the the Archers.

24/01/2020

I’m always delighted by the inventiveness of my Grange Park workshop. This week we met a gymnastic waiter who lost a spaghetti meal, a very posh lady booking into a hotel and a very angry thing behind a door. Please keep this imagination in future years.
Tomorrow and Sunday I’m off to Manchester to workshop the Salford Method. It’s what Stanislavski would have taught if 19th century Russia had telly. More anon!

18/01/2020

Woo Hoo! Thunderbirds Are Go day today😁
What on Earth has a kids animation to do with acting? I hear you ask.
1. The scripts are brilliant half hour chunks of action, tense anticipation and humour. Unlike certain “Enterprising” series I could mention.
2. The blend of “retro” CGI and highly skilled model making make it a visual treat.
3. The Voice Over artists are the best in the business, many playing multiple roles. There will never be anyone like wonderful David Graham whose most famous character is Parker. Hero worship!
This is the last series so I urge you to see at least one episode on Catch Up.
I really hope Rob Hogee and team produce another Gerry Anderson series. The tantalising glimpses of a model Stingray in a fish tank make me feel that Brains might have designed the prototype? TV 21 Comic linked all the series together and the writers certainly used this publication for research. I think I’ll get on the blog and make some suggestions!

17/01/2020

One actor and comedian who seems to appeal to every generation is Rowan Atkinson. Younger people love Mr Bean, both in cartoon and human form, others were introduced by his many film appearances and Not the Nine O Clock News. Blackadder, to me, is the finest comedy series ever made, although I know many would disagree.
I remember when I first saw Rowan, many years ago on the Peter Cook Show, a one off special made for ITV. His first solo sketch was an idiot character who was late for work. Visually he was very much like Mr Bean with the strangled voice to match. When he did other sketches with the great Peter Cook himself it was comedy heaven. It’s a pity the great man left us shortly after playing King Richard III in the first Blackadder, there was so much more they should have done together.

Why do I mention Rowan Atkinson? This week the Grange Park workshop covered expression, particularly facial expression. So much can be communicated by a lifted eyebrow, different types of smile, a shake of the head, an nod. I challenge you to create human emoji’s in the mirror and write down how many expressions you can achieve. Your acting will benefit considerably and your audience will be more attentive.

08/01/2020

A belated Happy New Year everyone!
It’s the first workshop of the year at the awesome Grange Park school in Telford. This half term will focus on the Actor as Storyteller and how their skills compliment each other. Shakespeare is probably the best example of this, telling tales of kings, rogues, far off lands and the supernatural to crowds who had never picked up a book. Hopefully we can organise a showcase of work in February. Watch this space😳

What was your favourite TV moment over Christmas?
Mine was definitely the latest version of Christmas Carol. Traditionalists hated it but for me it was perfection itself presenting the nastier side of Victorian England in a way modern audiences can relate to. Guy Pearce led the way with his text book performance of Scrooge. (Apart from Neighbours I think I’ve enjoyed everything he’s acted in!). Storytelling at its very best.
Cheerio for now, and those performing, break the proverbial.

20/10/2019

A huge thank you to Jade McCabe for inviting me to run yesterday’s workshop on Stanislavski and method Acting for TV. What amazing students! Eager to learn, talented, and above all NATURAL. The future of TV is safe in your hands if any executive cared enough to notice.

17/10/2019

It’s been a while since I posted a review, usually because I go along with the general feeling about a film. Endgame was satisfying, although I feel the whole multiple timelines thing lacks the creativity of earlier MCU films. Downton Abbey I adored, it was like sitting in a comfy old armchair watching the perfect combination of storytelling, acting and directing unfolding before me. Yes I know pre war servants lived a dreadful life etc, but as entertainment it was exquisite. Now the controversial one Joker. I hated it. I thought it was as clear as Mulholland Drive mixed with Forest Gump with a touch of Cary’s “Man in the Moon” thrown in. What on earth possessed anyone to depict Joker as a mother fixated loser lacking any sort of charisma whatsoever? Everything was far too slow to be interesting and the first hour and a half dragged on so much with pointless trivia I was falling asleep by the time the predictable action arrived.
The story might have been acceptable as one of the more boring episodes of Gotham but on second thoughts it would have lowered the quality of that great series. However, the “critics” loved it so who am I to argue? They also loved “Life of Pi” which is also on my hate list.

03/10/2019

Yesterday afternoon the Grange Park Acting Workshop really presented some fabulous work in the understanding of characters and plots. This was only the forth week and already the standard is incredibly high. Thank you everyone for all your effort😁

29/09/2019

Downton Abbey is now my number one film of the year, which surprised me because I just thought it would be a nice afternoon at the pictures.
Every aspect of the film, from the depiction of 1927 Kings Cross to the maroon Daimler’s of the Royal household and the sumptuous feasting were impeccably filmed but I did feel sorry for the actors playing kitchen staff hu***ng around those gigantic pots and pans. I bet they must have to take weight training classes before going on set! The storylines were beautifully woven together with enough humour, romance, edge of seat moments, some tears and a real sting in the tail.
Somebody, somewhere called the film homophobic. This is nonsense. It depicted the bravery of those people in a way acceptable to the family audience.
This is the main point of the film. Family storytelling for a change where death, torture and po*******hy were not needed.
VERY highly recommended. Watch it instead of Ad Astra and leave the “Same Old” behind.

17/09/2019

Only one day until Grange Park Acting Club. It seems the Creature People lost someone on their last visit, and this someone can cause very weird effects for anyone in contact. Can anyone save us?

We are planning on starting a 13+ Acting workshop shortly but need to know numbers for choice of venue. This is ideal training for TV and Stage auditions, creating your own movies and optional work towards LAMDA exams. If interested please email [email protected]
As always private training for exams, auditions, presentation skills and confidence building is available on request.

11/09/2019

Woo Hoo, it’s nearly time for the Downton Abbey Film!
For a change I am not being ironic. For me, the programme was always decently acted and well produced, even though some of the stories were rather silly and there was a thick sugar coating to hide the quite nasty reality of the English aristocracy. It was ENTERTAINING and escapist and I grew to enjoy following the escapades of the Crawley family and poor Mrs Packmore who must have muscles like Hulk to lift those dirty great pans. I really hope the film does well and I can’t wait to see it.
I noticed Downton and Peaky Blinders are now in similar time zones. Now Peaky Abbey directed by Tarantino is something I would love to see.

Why do “grown up’s” (big business) have to spoil everything? After four smashing outings as Spider-Man, it looks like Tom Holland’s reign as our friendly neighbourhood web sw***er has reached an end. Sony and Disney you are totally selfish greedy bastards who care nothing for the people who pay your wages. I’m not sure MCU can be sustained with bosses like Disney in the background. I can’t see the brilliant creatives who took such a risk with Iron Man staying as corporate yes men whilst their talent would be appreciated elsewhere.
Rant over. The first Grange Park Acting Club this afternoon and I know I’ll get acted off the stage. For now, be nosy, be inventive and be an actor!

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