These workshops give a fun, intimate look into how the theatre works, how actors develop their skills, how stage fright can be overcome, or how a script can be written!
If you feel the urge to create, why not sign up for our Makeup-for-Stage course, which will cover different types of styles and methods over the history of theatre? If you want to work on speaking in public, why not check out our Improvisation workshops?
Meet the team:
A graduate of the University of New England with a Bachelor of Theatre and Performance, Ryan has worked in four different theatre companies from Armidale, NSW, to Geelong, Victoria, since his introduction to theatre, and produced and directed 12 shows. Co-founder of the Friends of Theatre Society back in Armidale, Ryan is keen to get involved in growing youth theatre in Geelong.
A life-long theatre enthusiast, Joanna has recently graduated with a Bachelor of Theatre and Performance from the University of New England. She has been involved in professional shows across NSW and Victoria, and directed several youth productions – her most recent being an adaptation of The Wind in the Willows in Armidale, NSW. Joanna’s specialties are acting methodology and production design.
Recently having graduated with a Creative Bachelor of Arts majored in Theatre at La Trobe University, Gracie has been immersed in the arts from an early age. She has directed, produced, and acted in many theatre projects in Australia and overseas, from the Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts to the Festival of Australian Student Theatre, but specialises in acting and directing.
With a continuing interest in theatre and writing, Nic is the founder of STAT, the dramatic society at the Deakin University. He has written and produced several plays, and was most recently involved with the hugely successful production The Crucible. Nic’s specialty is scriptwriting and directing, in theatre and short films.