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QUOTE OF THE MONTH: "To be nobody but yourself—in a world which is doing its best night and day to make you everybody else—means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight, and never stop fighting.  Does this sound dismal?  It isn’t.  It’s the most wonderful life on earth."  — e.e. cummings

We are now taking enrolments for Term 2 – 2011


 For Term 2 classes, please forward your deposit payment/enrolment form to us by the deposit due date above.  We are happy to post an application form to you on request, alternatively you can download our enrolment forms directly from our website:  

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For further information regarding enrolment, please call:  9432-3062 or 0419 539030


The audition process for the actor can at times be a harrowing experience.  If you are an actor and have been auditioned in the past for various roles, whether successful or not, you will find David Mamet's thoughts on the audition process interesting and maybe even comforting.

  MAMET:   "The audition process selects for the most blatant (and not even the most attractive) of the supplicants.  As a  hiring  tool, it is geared to reject all but the hackneyed, the stock, the predictable-in short, the counterfeit.  The casting agent, and, to the largest extent, the talent agent are unacknowledged adjuncts of the production companies and studios. They reason, and in their place you or I might reason similarly, that the actors come and go but the producers go on forever.  The producers are not interested in discovering the new.  Who in their right mind would bet twenty million dollars on an untried actor?   They want the old     cont…
View full article: Some thoughts on the actor's audition process by David Mamet

"Acting is the ability to live truthfully under the imaginary given circumstances." 
… Sanford Meisner

In this brief 2+ minute video 
Peter Sardi touches on a few significant truths about acting.




It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression & knowledge.

Lorna, a remarkable human being…innocent, forever giving, full of energy – always there when we needed a hand. Wherever your spirit lies may it be rewarded ten fold. Rest in peace Lorna…
I can still hear your laugh. Ciao

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