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BALAKLAVA COMMUNITY ARTS INC
Acting for TV Workshop: Sunday 27th May 1pm to 5pm

Laurie Rae will present a lively workshop for those who are interested in what it is like to work on television. Creating, filming, and reviewing footage will all be part of the experience. Specifically for teenagers, but adults are welcome to come and watch

Laurie received his drama training at Salford University College and The Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in London. He has since worked professionally in theatre, TV and film and has continues to do so. Before moving to Australia, Laurie ran a successful acting agency and was teaching drama to both adults and children. Laurie has now relocated to Adelaide with his family and works as a speech and drama teacher.

(please note there is a maximum number of participant, once this number has been reach we will be unable to accept any further registration)

What to bring: wear comfortable clothes, bring a water bottle, note pad and pencil

At The Balaklava Town Hall: Wallace St Balaklava

Please register with payment ($10 (heavily subsidized by Balaklava Community Arts Inc) by: Friday 18th May.

Email: bicks1@bigpond.com or phone Kelly: 0438551138
BALAKLAVA COMMUNITY ARTS INC
Stage Combat and Physical Theatre Workshop - Sunday 1st July

This workshop teaches the actor how to fight on stage, without causing injury. You will learn the skills to pull off a believable fight sequence combined with a scripted performance. This workshop will be catered for high school age and above, including adults. A fun and energetic study into the use of physical theatre. This workshop is run by Joe Russell who, has qualifications from United Kingdom with London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Trinity College London, Director of locally run Now Productions and he has donned the stage at Balaklava on more than three occasions as a lead principle, including Ray from Everybody Loves Raymond in 2017, Gomez from the Adam’s Family in 2016 and Gaston from Beauty and the Beast in 2015.

(please note there is a maximum number of participant, once this number has been reach we will be unable to accept any further registration)

What to bring: wear comfortable clothes, bring a water bottle, note pad and pencil

Sunday 1st July at Balaklava Town Hall: Wallace St Balaklava
1pm to 4pm - afternoon tea will be provided

Please register with payment $10 (heavily subsidised by Balaklava Community Arts Inc) by: Friday 22nd June. Email: bicks1@bigpond.com or phone Kelly: 0438551138
CALLING ALL DIRECTORS!
University of Adelaide Theatre Guild

The University of Adelaide Theatre Guild is calling for submissions from directors for its 2019 season.

Further information, guidelines and submission forms available from www.adelaide.edu.au/theatreguild/news/ or email theatreguild@adelaide.edu.au

Submission deadline 27 April 2018.