My first memory of wanting to dedicate myself to the performings art world was when I was six years old. I was watching TV and I told myself:

 

“I want to be part of the magic box”

 

My past, my present and the person I want to become, sum up who I am: my belief in the chance to change, the spirit of self-improvement through passion, effort and the recognition that falling down is a continuous apprenticeship, so never give up. There is always the possibility of being better if you always do the best you can.

 

Despite not having an artistic background in my family, since I was a child, I knew where to focus my curiosity: into the performing arts. So since then, I have never stopped training as an artist with the concern of wanting to perform the most honestly as possible.

 

 

When I was 6 years old, I realised I wanted to dedicate my life to the performing arts. At 14, after reading The life is Dream by Calderon de la Barca, I knew I wanted to become a professional actress. When I was 16 years old, I discovered in the classic theatre a specific goal: learning the verse of Lope de Vega, Calderon de la Barca or Tirso de Molina to deliver and transmit it. When I was 18th, despite having a good background in movement, my heart still belonged to the classical theatre, until I went to Italy, in 2010, to study Commedia dell´ Arte which changed my path as an actress.

 

 

The key was to discover the smart comedy and its variety and complexity. It was like watching One man and Two guvnors or James Terrier or Charles Chaplin, Buster Keaton and Harry Landon. An experience that inspired me and led me to delve more deeply into the theatricality of the corporality of movement and its artistic use for creation, into the world of physical theatre and physical comedy: slapstick, clown, and mime and finally link it to classical theatre, inner and outer character study and inner development.

 

 

And here I am, in London, where I arrived with empty hands and without English Level to become a better professional and be able to drink from other artistic sources. After a lot of patience, I was finally able to fulfil a dream, study a Master in Physical Acting and achieve the level of English I wanted to start an International Artistic Career.

 

Now, my goal is to find a way in which I work nationally and internationally to continue investigating, practising and creating both my knowledge and acting, teaching and therapeutic experience.

 

Finally, I hope that you like this space that I have created with such love and dedication:

 

“Let life smile upon you”

 

                                              Rebeca Sierra

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