Special Encore Show: Who will I be this year? Lessons from a life in TV, Radio and the Theatre with guest Debbie McAndrew – 23rd December 2016

Being on TV, radio and in the theatre is a challenging profession. Anyone who stands in front of audiences with their work (or fears the prospect) will appreciate that it requires some great skills and a thick skin! As does choosing a different career path and re-inventing yourself. During this show, I will be talking with Deborah McAndrew a former TV star who in her acting career worked extensively in television, radio and theatre. She is best known for her role as Angie Freeman in Coronation Street, in the 1990s. Deborah has since published many plays and has recently founded Claybody Theatre Company. She is also a guest lecturer in Playwriting, Documentary Theatre and Acting at Staffordshire University in the UK. Join us for what will be a fascinating and unique show on Be More. Achieve More. Unique includes the little known fact that Debbie is not only a childhood friend but in fact see us together and you might even spot a family resemblance!

This show will be on  Friday 23rd December 2016 at 4pmUK/8amPST. To listen please visit http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1959/

More about Debbie McAndrew:

debbie-mcandrew
Yorkshire born playwright and actor Deborah McAndrew studied Drama at Manchester University. In her acting career she has worked extensively in television, radio and theatre. She is best known for her role as Angie Freeman in the iconic British television series, Coronation Street, in the 1990s. Deborah’s published plays include: An August Bank Holiday Lark (2014) The Grand Gesture (2013) A Government Inspector (2012) published by Methuen: Flamingoland (2008) published by Nick Hern Books. Other plays include: Ugly Duck (2013-14) Till The Cows Come Home (2014) Beyond The Veil (2013) Losing The Plot (2012) King Macbeth and David Copperfield (2010) Oliver Twist (2009) Accidental Death Of An Anarchist (2008) Vacuum (2006) The Bells (2004). Deborah has recently founded Claybody Theatre Company, and is currently a guest lecturer in Playwriting, Documentary Theatre and Acting at Staffordshire University, Department of Drama and Theatre Arts.

This show will be on  Friday 23rd December 2016 at 4pmUK/8amPST. To listen please visit http://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1959/


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