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12:00 am - 12:00 am
The Arden School of Theatre
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About this Session:
The transition from student to a professional actor can present a number of practical and psychological challenges for young actors in terms of wellbeing. This session will explore strategies to help negotiate this transition as smoothly as possible. Topics such as time management, managing the down times, a sense of self as an actor and where to go for support will be discussed in addition to ways in which stress can be successfully managed.
Prior to the event, attendees will be invited to submit questions or topics (anonymously) that they would like to be covered in the session
About Dr Jane Oakland:
Dr Jane Oakland is Psychology Module Lead at UCL on their Performing Arts Medicine MSc, Performance Coach at Birmingham University and a BAPAM trainer and practitioner. She runs a private practice giving psychological support to all performing artists. Prior to this, Jane worked as an opera singer for 35 years in UK and Holland.
If you have any accessibility requirements please do let us know. (Please note – unfortunately Spotlight Rooms and Studios are not wheelchair accessible.
Bookings are closed for this event.