Read Maggie's Biography
Subject taught at LSDA: Physical Theatre
Maggie teaches classes in Physical Theatre and Physicality with an approach to text. She is a Frantic Assembly Learn & Train Practitioner and a founding member of the Rough Fiction Ensemble Lab. Credits include: Theatre – Man to Man (Wales Millennium Centre & Edinburgh Festival 2015), The Blood is Strong (Finborough Theatre), Beautiful Burnout (Frantic Assembly UK Tour), Henry V and A Doll’s House (Theatre Delicatessen), Love of the Nightingale (Rough Fiction Tour). TV – Lady Randy in Churchill’s Mother (Channel 4 & Flame TV), Crisis Control (BBC). Film – Making Ugly (Vernon Films).
Read Roisin's Biography
Subject taught at LSDA: Movement, Improvisation
Roisin teaches Movement and Improvisation at LSDA. She studied choreography, composition and movement before going on to train in acting at the Drama Centre London. Work as a performer includes shows for Trestle Theatre Company, Orange Tree Theatre, The Kosh, Soho Studio, Border Crossings, BAC, Chickenshed Theatre, Dante or Die, Farnham Rep, the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough, the Leicester Square Theatre as well as various appearances in TV, radio and film.
Roisin has performed for several years on the London Comedy circuit and at the Edinburgh Festival as part of sketch comedy trio Rule of Three. Roisin’s work as a playwright and playwright/director includes shows on the London and Edinburgh fringe, The Space Theatre, the Soho Theatre Studio and The Basement at the Leicester Square Theatre. Roisin has taught acting, improvisation and movement as a guest tutor at the Guildhall, Royal Academy of Music, City Academy, Watermans Arts Centre, International Institute of Performing Arts and The Bridge Theatre Training Company. She is currently working with Comedy and Physical Improvisation specialist Oleg Mirochnikov at Drama Centre London, working with BA students in Vakhtangov technique.
Read Milo's Biography
Subject taught at LSDA: Dance
Milo Miles is a graduate of the National Ballet School of Canada and had his formal training with Betty Oliphant who studied under Tamara Karsavina who in turn was trained by Enrico Cecchetti. Milo Miles Choreographs, performs, acts as host/hostess and designs sets & costumes internationally. Milo Miles has worked with: The English Character Dance Company, Oslo Danse Ensemble, Goh Ballet, Vancouver Dance Theatre; Choreographers: Robert Desrosiers , Mia Michaels, Christopher Huggins, Wayne McKnight, Anna Wyman, Susan Lehman, Oscar Nieto, Norman Legett; Magicians: Juliana Chen, Shawn Farquhar, Gregory & Kristi Gleason. He has worked with Peter Darling as a dancer and Waltz/Pas de deux advisor for the film Phantom of the Opera. Milo was part of the original cast for Peter and the Wolf in London working with American choreographer Doug Elkins.
After joining the Original 2007 and 2008 Cast Workshop Productions of Colin Charles’ Hell Sing the Musical as a Soloist Dancer, he worked with Mark Battershall on the latest 2009 version of the musical. Milo Miles is constantly developing Milo Miles Entertainment, which produces The Red Ribbon Revue a yearly World AIDS Day Benefit. His most recent credits include the run of a weekly Vaudeville Cabaret at Madame Jojo’s in London, a 5 week sell-out Cabaret show at The Brickhouse and headlining the floorshow Elysium for Harvey Nichols restaurant Prism in London. Milo also conceived, directed, choreographed and designed Decades a new Burlesque floorshow created for Proud Cabaret in London. Milo Miles works internationally as a freelance Dance Teacher and in London, in addition to teaching at LSDA, he teaches at Pineapple Dance Studios, at Danceworks and has guest taught company classes for Disney’s The Lion King. He was Ballet Master for Tavaziva Dance from 2006-2008 and also worked for 5yrs with Artis Education. In 2001 Milo Miles began to create a new Dance Syllabus combining Classical Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz, and Latin. His syllabus, Miloteque then used by The Urdang Academy (London) has led to him teaching Master Classes in the USA, Canada, Sweden, Italy, Sicily and also for Dance 2XS in London and Prague.