Young actors get coaching
PUBLISHED: 16:00 01 September 2012
YOUNG drama enthusiasts had the chance to enjoy professional acting coaching for an entire week as part of a summer holiday project.
The Actiontrack Showbuild project, held at Worle Community School, gave youngsters the chance to work with professional directors, musicians, designers and choreographers to create a full musical in a week.
The project saw up to 30 youngsters aged 10-18 working together for a performance at the school, with help from The Red Triangle Players, a dramatics company based in Weston.
Nick Brace, Actiontrack’s artistic director said: “We love working in Weston, we’ve got to know so many people here and it’s great to be able to do more and offer something outside school time where people can build on what we’ve done before.
“We’re really grateful to Red Triangle Players and Worle for their help on this.”