RADA Talks: Imelda Staunton and O-T Fagbenle in conversation
RADA Talks is a series of conversations with award-winning actors and directors sharing unique insights from extraordinary careers.
In this episode, join Imelda Staunton (The Crown, Hello Dolly, Downton Abbey, Harry Potter) and O-T Fagbenle (Black Widow, The First Lady, The Handmaid's Tale, Maxxx).
Imelda and O-T will discuss how music has influenced both their careers, the challenges artists and the industry face when it comes to ensuring diversity on screen and behind the camera.
As Imelda and O-T both take on performances in Netflix’s The Crown and SHOWTIME’s The First Lady as the Queen and President Barack Obama, they discuss how they approach playing such iconic and influential leaders.
Chaired by Farah Nayeri, journalist, author, and London-based culture writer for The New York Times and Host of CultureBlast podcast.
RADA is partnering with DICE to bring you a conversation with award-winning actors and directors who share insights from their extraordinary award-winning careers as they examine their craft.
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Available 48hrs on demand.
This is a fundraising event. We are thrilled to share this conversation from two of our high-profile graduates as part of our ongoing RADA Talks, a series exploring the world of acting for stage and screen.
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