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The Stage Guide to Working Backstage - Costume and Make-up

eBook (PDF), 36 Pages
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Ever wondered how a film actor can age from 30 to 130, how to make a modern day actress look like a convincing Jane Austen heroine or what it takes to turn a male performer into a convincing Edna Turnblad for a performance of Hairspray on stage? The answer lies with top quality costume and make-up artists – an area of entertainment in which Britain is a world leader. Your chances of getting on a top backstage training course can be ten times higher than for a leading acting course. For those in secondary school or just finished, the career opportunities are abundant but you need the right advice. This guidebook, published by The Stage, the world-renowned UK arts and entertainment publication, is edited by specialist writer Paul Vale. In it, you’ll find an outline of the jobs available, a glossary of words and phrases you need to know, interviews with teachers, students and the experts themselves, FAQs and advice on passing that all-important college audition.
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Product Details

Publisher
The Stage Newspaper Ltd
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
36
File Format
PDF
File Size
6.59 MB

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# of Devices Unlimited
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