Develop confidence and learn skills in communicating, team work, listening and expression. Improvisation and text based exercises, filled with fun games and engaging activities for young people who are interested in acting and presenting. Practical skills to develop the young actor’s understanding of working on screen. Including scripts; taking direction; building a character and working with others to make a scene work, as well as exercises to develop presenting skills and confidence in audition preparation.
Sundays (8 Weeks)
Ages 8-11: 10:00am – 12:00pm
Ages 12-16: 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Summer School Holiday Workshop: Jan 19, 20, 21
Term 1: Feb 1 to March 22 (8 Weeks)
Autumn School Holiday Workshops: April 7 to 11
Term 2: April 26 to June 14 (8 Weeks)
Winter Holiday Workshops: June 29, 30, July 1
Term 3: July 19 to Sept 6 (8 Weeks)
Spring Holiday Workshops: Sept 21, 22, 23
Term 4: Oct 11 to Nov 29 (8 Weeks)
Upper Level, 57 Queen St
Woollahra NSW 2025
Tim graduated from the Actors Centre (ACA) in 2010 with an advanced diploma in dramatic arts. Since then he has performed in both theatre and film and has started two successful independent production companies that have both made their mark on the industry. The first, Pantsguys Productions, is a theatre production company that has staged over a dozen shows, been nominated for 10 Sydney Theatre Awards and won 3, including Best Independent Production in 2012 with Punk Rock. The second, “I’m With Stupid” is a sketch comedy group that in 2014 was selected as one of Australia’s top up and coming groups by the the ABC and was invited to write, produce and perform in ABC’s “Fresh Blood” program.
Tim is also an accomplished director, having directed “Oh The Humanity” for Pantsguys Theatre Co. as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival. He has also co-directed the Australian Indie film “Damaged”, which is coming out this year.
As a teacher, Tim has taught regularly at NIDA and the Sydney Performance Academy since 2011. Tim is particularly excited to bring his unique skills and experience to the Sydney Drama School in 2015.