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Adelaide Theatre Academy & Theatre Bugs proudly present Acting For The Stage

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Adelaide Theatre Academy & Theatre Bugs proudly present Acting For The Stage, an exciting new course dedicated to developing dramatic acting skills.

Classes will be taught by experienced, highly regarded professional actors with extensive training and teaching skills.
The program is designed for girls and boys aged 12 to 18 years.

Students will directly benefit from the skills and knowledge their teachers have gained working and training as professional dramatic actors.

The forthcoming course will be facilitated by Brant Eustice, an award-winning actor and director with over 35 years experience in theatre. Brant has worked for the ABC as a voice actor in dramas, documentaries and reading poems, including the New York Festival’s Radio Awards Silver Medal winner Encounter: Still Glides the Stream.

He has worked as an actor and as a writer with companies including the Sydney Theatre Company, State Theatre Company of South Australia, Slingsby, and Junction Theatre. He is a founding board member of Red Phoenix Theatre.

Acting For The Stage is a response to requests from current and potential students for classes which focus specifically on dramatic acting skills.  At the end of the term, students will have the opportunity to stage a series of scenes, poems and monologues for a live audience.

When:              Thursdays @ 4.30pm to 6.00pm. Term 3 – July 26 to August 27
Venue:             79 Beulah Road, Norwood
Cost:                $240 per term (An Adelaide Theatre Academy polo shirt uniform is included with the first enrolment)
Contact:           Phone  (08) 8338 1228 or email [email protected]

 

For more information and to enrol visit
www.news.theatrebugs.com.au/acting-for-the-stage-a-new-class

 

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