At last some good news in these trying times.
Now that schools are back, and after 14 weeks of lock-down, the Screen Actors Workshop is reopening for face-to-face classes from Tuesday 14 July.
All of the necessary Covid-19 precautions and safeguards are in place and I’m really looking forward to getting back to teaching classes again.
As per our Term 1 safety measures, if you are sick or may have been contaminated, then stay away from classes until you are well. If you are healthy and unaffected by the flu or the virus then I look forward to seeing you in class again.
The next 10 week term of screen acting classes commences from Tuesday 14 July through to Saturday 18 July.
I’ll be contacting all of our established students and potential students over the next two weeks to book classes for the coming term and I look forward to speaking with you then.
Book the Role master class
Tutored by multi-award winning actor-director-author Peter Phelps, the Book the Role master class will give you the skills, the knowledge and the motivation to successfully book roles in TV drama, feature films and TVC’s.
Book the Role is a full day’s hands-on course from 10:30 am to 5:00 pm on Sunday 16 August.
Learning how to act truthfully is one thing, using a completely different set of skills to win acting roles is a separate skill set entirely. You may be a good actor, but how do you successfully book a role? This unique short course will teach you everything you need to know to join the winning circle of money making actors.
As leading Sydney casting director Alison Fowler said last week: “We currently have the largest feature film slate we’ve ever had.”
So use your time wisely and invest in your future with the Book the Role master class. For the affordable course fee of $195.00 then what’s stopping you!
For further info, see course flyer below…
While the industry was in shut down mode I took the opportunity to catch up with some of our students recent TV work.
Prominently featured in a comic underwear TVC for the new comfy men’s undies is actor-model Aaron Pirini. Aaron’s dad Max was one of the school’s first drama tutors. Six degrees of separation indeed!
I also caught up with The Abe Saffron Story in the series Families of Crime which featured actor-photographer Tony Dreise playing a corrupt politician. There’s plenty of research available in Canberra for this type of role, eh Tony!