An actor taking a lead role in a new community theatre production in Lichfield this month may soon be joining the ranks of professional performers.
Stuart Goodwin has been accepted at Top Talent Agency in the West End and is looking to do professional work.
He is delighted to have passed the audition for the agency and intends to make acting his career.
Stuart is playing Chad in The Meeting of Ways, a new play by David Titley, a joint production between Lichfield Mysteries and Lichfield Methodist Church.
He received great acclaim for his lead role in Macbeth for Shakespeare in the Park in 2009 and has performed with Intimate Theatre and directed and acted with Lichfield Mysteries.
Some of his earlier connections with Lichfield were with the Youth Theatre – he co-directed A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 1997 and directed Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner in 2002.
For three years Stuart has written and directed his own plays as part of Telford College’s Talented and Gifted Summer School Programme and this year established his own company, Spiritual Pathways Limited, working as an actor and teacher within the corporate, public and private arenas.
He is currently teaching and devising original work at Telford Stage School.
For The Meeting of Ways, he is joined by well-known local talented amateur actors and back-stage personnel for this new play, written and directed by David Titley.
The Meeting of Ways will be performed at Lichfield Methodist Church hall for three nights from March 24 to March 26 at 7.30pm.
Tickets (adults £7, children £5), are on sale at the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum, Market Square, Lichfield. For information call 01543 250286.
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