The ARC Professional Training Ensemble enables professional acting training and practice for stage and screen. Similar in intention and style to the conservatoire productions offered in the acting programs of many universities around the world, PET is offered on a rolling schedule, taking 2 terms to complete.
Our current course will conclude with the production of Timberlake Wertenbaker's acclaimed play The Love of the NIghtingale at the Ron Hurley Theatre in Seven Hills from 2 - 5 April.
PET engages acting students with contemporary performance methodologies that enpower students as articulate, inventive creatives who are safely and imaginatively able to work on character development, interpersonal and behavioral relationships, text analysis and scene studies. Through the 'now world' exploration of concepts such as 'isness', active analysis, epiphany, spirit centres, mythologising the character and the actor's duality, combined with text analysis, physical body work, vocality, rhythm, reaction and transition work, each actor will grow as an active, alive, thinking, imaginative creative who is dynamically transformative on stage and screen.
Each aspiring actor can be wondrous in performance through the ARC PET program.
This course is for students with significant prior experience and is via audition or prior ARC Studio experience via discussion.
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Course ticket - for remaining all 6 dates.