Alternative Sydney Acting School Bursting with Drama Course Students in 2012
SYDNEY, Australia February, 2012 – Sydney Theatre School, one of Australia’s premier acting schools has had more students than ever enrol for drama classes in 2012 and urge students to get in early for 2013 to fulfil their acting careers. Sydney Theatre School provides comprehensive training for students who wish to pursue a career as actors in the theatre and entertainment industry – their biggest point of difference is in their ‘production based’ training which gives students a real life ‘on stage’ learning environment. www.sydneytheatreschool.com/
Mark Matthews, Managing Director and Course Director for Sydney Theatre School says, “Since opening we have produced 63 plays including 14 world premieres and numerous classical and contemporary plays. We have had many significant directors working for us including: Kate Gaul (STC; Belvoir); Chrisabel Sved (Belvoir St; Griffin); Sarah Goodes (STC); Michael Pigott (Belvoir; Darlinghurst Theatre); Jerome Pride (Bell Shakespeare; Melbourne Theatre Company). Many of our students have achieved great success with several graduates accepted into NIDA; VCA & QUT full-time courses.”
Sydney Theatre School has reached its allotted number of enrolments in 2012 as students are drawn to the course that offers a hands-on learning experience teaching through performance, not just theory. They teach in an environment where students can work and learn with like-minded people and where creativity and passion is supported, encouraged and nurtured. Fast becoming one of the best Australian acting schools, Sydney Theatre School has great industry connections and offers students the chance to work with some of Sydney’s best directors as well as showcase their talent to agents and casting directors.
Sydney Theatre School students have also secured work in many Australian and international feature film and TV shows including: The Pacific (Steven Spielberg prod.); American Burger (U.S. feature); The Astronaut (Aus. Feature); Underbelly; Packed to the Rafters; Home and Away; Crownies; Spartacus: Blood and Sand; along with many TV commercials and theatre productions. All graduates who complete a minimum of 2 years of training and acting courses with Sydney Theatre School are guaranteed representation with a reputable Sydney actor’s agency so Mark recommends all acting hopefuls enrol early for 2013 and secure their place in the production-based training course that will lead them to their ideal career. www.sydneytheatreschool.com/
- Contact Information
- Mark Matthews
- Managing Director and Course Director
- Sydney Theatre School
- (61) 1300 551 432
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