Eduarts® tutors are Native English or Bilingual Speakers with degrees in English and/or drama teaching. Together our tutors, both full and part-time, teach in over 100 educational institutions.
Sophie Lowe is a graduate of The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, having studied a BA (Hons) in Drama, Applied Theatre and Education. During her time at Central, Sophie worked on a wide range of projects ranging from Children’s Theatre, Drama within Schools, Verbatim Theatre, After School Dance and Drama Groups, Prison Theatre, Devised Theatre and Playwriting.
Having trained as both a dancer and a performer, Sophie has performed and created many productions, ranging from the West End to many local and regional theatres across the United Kingdom. She has performed in plays such as, It’s a Wonderful Life, Antigone, Arabian Nights, Glorious Food, Alice in Wonderland, the Musical, All My Sons, Shake, Ripple and Roll and We Will Rock alongside many other devised performances.
She has also helped to create, facilitate and direct ‘Snap, Chat, Tweet, Repeat’, a performance created by the young theatre makers of ‘London Bubble Theatre Company’ that toured around schools, community events and theatre companies.
Alex recently graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (London), with a BA (Hons) in Drama in Applied Theatre and Education.
Whilst studying at Central he had facilitated drama in different settings, including schools and youth theatres. He has also acted, devised, directed, written scripts and staged managed. Alex has taught different participants, for example adults with disabilities, secondary and primary students, and young children.
Since graduation he has pursued the use of drama in education. Alex started working for The Blue Elephant Company (London) on a short series of drama workshops. The workshops were designed for primary school children, to teach them social and teamwork skills.
In January 2016, Alex moved to Hong Kong to work for AFTEC on their ‘From Page to Stage’ programme as an English speaking actor and a full-time tutor. Alex has also facilitated other AFTEC educational programmes alongside ‘From Page to Stage’. Starting from September 2016, Alex will be a full-time tutor at Eduarts® Limited.
Upon Graduating from the Northern Rivers Conservatorium in Australia, Michael Sharmon became the Head of Youth Theatre at the Conservatorium. During this time he ran workshops as well as weekly classes and wrote and directed a production of Peter Pan. Michael has also worked in Early Childhood development, at the Bangalow Childcare Centre. After moving to Hong Kong, he has appeared in more than 200 Educational shows at schools all over Hong Kong Michael has taught Trinity courses and helped students to achieve distinctions. He has also prepared students for Speech festival competitions assisting them to first second and third prizes. As a working actor, Michael has also appeared in several productions for AFTEC including “Great Expectations” and “Emma” Michael will next be seen in a revival of “A Christmas Carol”
Doris obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree, majoring in Acting, from the Drama School of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. She also studied an MA in Drama-in-Education from the University of Central England (Birmingham). She has been awarded four times the Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation Scholarship, the Lai Cho-tin Memorial Scholarship and the HSBC Scholarship. She has also joined cultural exchanges in Edinburgh, London and Taipei.
Her recent acting performances include Volpona@AFTEC, Act My Life@Ethnodrama, Musicals Tin Hau, Cinderella@Talent Theatre. She has worked with different companies and theme parks as a performer, director and drama educator in the last decade. She has experience as a teaching artist in local primary and secondary schools, an actress in stage shows, touring performances, TV and film, an MC for various events and as a voice over artist.