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Role Play Companies / Theatre Skills in Business

Here Are Listed Conatct Details For Major UK Role Play Companies, UK Companies That Use Forum Theatre In Business And Organisations That Us Theatre In The Corporate World. Also Listed Are Some Articles On More Articles On Role Play Companies / Theatre Skills in Business and The Benefits Of Role Play An It's Uses

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Act Up
Act Up
act up started in 1999. We are an independent organisation specialising in communication and acting training. We run short, part-time courses and bespoke, on-site training for people in business. All...
Crag Rats
Crag Rats
Theatre presentation packages designed to communicate messages and motivate audience. West Yorkshire
Interact
Interact
Interact have been at the forefront in promoting the use of creative arts in training, development, recruitment and assessment. With an ever-growing reputation as leaders in their field, Interact...
Murder On The Menu
Murder On The Menu
Let's face facts. Training is one of the most important factors in the continuing success of your company but the constant challenge is to keep training interesting. You've seen the signs. No matter...
Ovation Productions
Ovation Productions
Sales conference, product launch, award ceremony, customer presentation, regional meeting, road show, incentive reward function. Ovation create, organise and produce all types of corporate events....
Roleplay UK Ltd
Roleplay UK Ltd
Roleplay UK demands a high level of professionalism from our actors. During the period of any assignment, actors are contractually bound to comply with clauses covering confidentiality, control,...
Steps Drama Learning Development
Steps Drama Learning Development
Steps Drama Learning Development is one of the market leaders in experiential drama based training. We design and produce drama based training programmes, workshops and interactive theatre...
VideoTile™
VideoTile™
New faces bring websites to life VideoTile is a new presenter-led website service. http://intro.videotile.co.uk/ VideoTile removes the customary video frame to offer ‘Web Presenter’...
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More and more companies are using role-play as a tool of choice in developing their employee’s people skills in the work place, in areas such as sales and customer services. Also role-play and forum theatre is being used widely now in the management sector, to develop and improve managerial skills. Using role-play in employee training allows the participant to experiment with their existing skills and test out new methods of dealing with certain situations in the work place. By learning in as real of environment as possible. The truthfulness of the situation is really dependent on the actor playing the role opposite the participant. Therefore a well trained actor, or professional in this field with the required improvisation skills is best to use when using role-play as a means of training and development. Role Play Theatre companies now days try to reduce the amount of participants in a session taking or increase the number of actors used. This is done because tin the 1990’s there was a tendency to ‘stuff’ as many people as possible into a session, therefore the participant did not have a chance to test there skills they have been learning in the session, instead groups would have to analyse a group leader for example instead of experiencing the situation them selves. Also in sessions actors now give feed back on how the participant coped in the given situation. The actors can describe how the participant affected their emotional state. This therefore can be used to help the participant refine and adjust the strategies and techniques they are using in conversation The use of role-play within a workshop, is usually situated at the end of the session so the participants can be taught the theory before they ‘practise.’ This therefore means the participant can learn many concepts and experiment with them to find out which method suites them best. As a direct cause of this however, is the fact that it diminishes the application of role-play as well as the involvement of actors themselves. As well as this, it effectively puts a greater strain on actors to apply their newfound skills, from what they learnt in a short length of time. The learning process differs from person to person, so these factors need to be considered, however the most important thing to consider within the process itself, is the actual application of new skills. The significance of role-play within a workshop itself is beneficial to those participating. The breakdown of the subject into sections, also allows participants to absorb the information easier, and the learning process is adapted to the concepts that role-play employs, and also enables participants to gain a real insight to the process, learning the mistakes, as well as the techniques. Through this, they also begin to comprehend the concepts and the strategies, along with the reasoning behind them, and in turn, this produces better results for all involved. There are added befits attached to this process. Firstly the actors feel they are accepted as ‘part of the team’ rather than just being there to ‘role-play. This therefore means that he intimacy between actor and participant greatens and becomes less traumatic for either party, reducing pressure and allowing a more natural simulation For more advice on acting click here To find an agent, photographer or any one within the entertainment profession take a look at our online entertainment directory To become a member of The Acting Website for free and receive casting information and advice for actors weekly click here If you are interested in advertising your company online in our online acting directory then why not get in touch? We employ cutting edge search engine marketing techniques that'll bring in traffic, customers and enquiries to your company. For more information and pricing of this service please don't hesitate to get in touch please either call us now on 01434 604852 or simply Email sales@theactingwebsite.com The Acting Website an Acting website with casting notices, acting resources, fundamentals etc. The Acting website has sections on getting started, resources, monologues, agents and more. The Acting Website is a Great site with a directory of web links for thousands of casting directors, agents, drama schools