Anyone can drive a car from point A to point B. Just like any actor can stand up and deliver a scene. However, it is those drivers who know the ins and outs of the engine, and who understand the mechanics of the car that will have a more thrilling ride. We like to think of our Acting Technique course as a pit-stop; a place where you, as an aspiring actor, can get to know your acting engine before you 'get it on the road'.
In this 6-week course, Richard Cornally will arm you with the essential tools needed to deliver a truthful and thrilling performance; everything from understanding the anatomy of a scene to motivational and characterisation techniques. Each week, you will work with scene partners - who might be new or returning students from previous terms - putting all of your acquired knowledge to practice, before eventually getting up in front of the camera in the last week of the course.
Our Acting Technique course is on offer in each of our six terms. Our 2017 Term Dates are as follows:
Term 1| 30 January - 11 March
Term 2 | 27 March - 6 May
Term 3 | 22 May - 1 July
Term 4 | 17 July - 26 August
Term 5 | 11 September - 21 October
Term 6 | 6 November - 16 December
6 weeks. One class per week, 4 hours in duration. 6 classes in total*.
You can choose from one of the following timetabled sessions:
Tuesday nights | 6.15pm – 10.15pm
Wednesday nights | 6.15pm – 10.15pm
Saturday mornings: 10.00am - 2.00pm
*For those students wanting to push themselves, there is the option to attend two or three timetabled sessions per week in which case, you'll be attending up to 18 classes in total. Considerable savings apply.
$545 | One session a week
$795 | Two sessions a week
$995 | Three sessions a week
Early-bird offers apply if you book up to two weeks before the start of the course.
Upper Level, 57 Queens Street, Woollahara NSW 2025
Richard studied at ATYP and is a graduate of The Actors Studio Australia. He has been training actors since 2006 and became General Manager of The Actors Studio Australia in 2010. His recent acting credits include Bedroom Farce (Darlinghurst Theatre), Tom and Nicole (Melbourne Comedy Festival) and the feature film Twenty Ten which won Best Picture at The Clearwater Film Festival in Florida.