2. Where else have you applied?
3. General inquiry about my acting experience
y pieces. Like my audition at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, I chose to perform my contemporary first (Finda from ‘Liberian Girl’ – Diana Nneka Atuona) . I put my chair to one si
de and went towards the back of the room. I had a quick glance at the panel before starting and I noticed that they were writing so I began without asking, in effect commanding their attention (dun kno!). As I had practiced this monologue many times I was very confident and aware of the effect I wanted to have. When I finished, the panel asked me to go straight into the classical piece (Titania from ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ – Shakespeare). Again, I was confident and therefore felt secure throughout the performance. Unfortunately, I was then asked to do my third piece (Isabelle from ‘Measure for Measure’ – Shakespeare) which, being my backup piece, was not as exciting to perform nor as refined. Nevertheless, I like to think that my performance was at least engaging. When I had finished they asked me to come closer for more questions. These are the ones I remember:
2. What was the last thing you saw at the theatre?
At the end of the interview, I thanked them for their time and wished them luck for the rest of the day. I should know the results by the end of the week. Fingers crossed!
UPDATE: I got a letter from RADA on Thursday 26th, 4 days after my audition, stating that I have not been invited back for a recall. I am now focussing on getting into RCS.