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ARC Adult Acting Classes - The Curators Brisbane - Michael Beh

ARC Adult Acting Classes

2019 Workshop Program

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Adult Acting Workshops create a new ARC of opportunity for every person.

Develop your sense of self.

Discover your real voice.

Develop your personal and performance presence.

Become a strong, independent actor - performer - presenter - person.

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Seniors ARC Acting Workshops

New students welcome. No previous experience required.

 

Foundations ARC Acting Workshops

New students welcome. No previous experience required.

 

Extension ARC Acting Workshops

Admission via evidence of prior work.
Strictly limited numbers.

 

Professional Practice Studio

ARC is extremely excited to announce the commencement of our Professional Practice Studio.

 

Sunday Professional Practice Workshop

Professional Practice INTRODUCTION TO DIRECTING Workshops

 

ONE on ONE

Develop your acting, your monologue and scene work in a safe, secure, professional environment.  

Testimonials

“Michael opens a magical door to a rich world of fantasy, storytelling and emotion.."

"I can’t recommend this enough...."

“The ARC Program is a must..."

Living through one’s life is not like crossing through a field.
Old Russian proverb

Who Are The Curators?

The Curators are independent, professional artists working together to bring classical theatre to new life.  Our name is derived from a broad take on the concept of curation, a word born of the Latin for “one who cares”. Because we do.

The Curators began in  August 2017 with their production of Anton Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, the first professional production of the play staged in Brisbane for 86 years. In May last year, The Curators staged Amanda McErlean's exciting new one woman show, The Quighting Time followed by their critically acclaimed production of The Third Beauty, an exploration of gender in Shakespeare's female roles in October. Their first production in 2019 is a bold, new adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts, commencing July 19.

 


The Curators were founded by Michael Beh and Peter Crees and have grown to include mid-career and senior artists: Warwick Comber, Adrienne Costello, Tom Coyle, Lisa Hickey, Amanda McErlean, Helen Strube and Elizabeth Wherrett whilst nurturing emerging artists such as Patrick Shearer, Lauren Roche and Bethany Scott.

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