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Point Break Drama Acting School is a acting / performing arts school in Dee why, on  Sydney’s Northern Beaches. The brainchild of Adam Stewart and Paul Winchester, Sydney’s Point Break Drama was set up a decade ago, to fill the huge void in acting and singing tuition on the Northern Beaches, by providing an acting school of the highest caliber.

Point Break Drama’s ethos is to provide a nurturing, supportive , fun & inspiring environment for those wanting learn to act on Sydney’s Northern beaches. We fundamentally believe anyone dedicated enough, can over time learn how to act. Point Break Drama challenges it’s students to achieve at the highest level, by identifying each individuals strengths, and building on those. With further training comes a more intense approach, where students learn to self appraise each other and themselves in acting class. By learning acting technique in a positive & constructive environment, we believe students are more empowered to further themselves in life and the industry.

All Drama / acting courses are part-time at Point Break Drama, and are taught by working professional actors with teaching expertise and training local to the northern beaches.

Point Break Drama offers short Drama / acting courses to teenagers, children and adults. Adults can choose from three levels of Acting Beginners for the stage, two levels of advanced theatre acting, and two levels of Screen Acting. Acting Courses for Teenagers run on three days of the week on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday afternoons with different age groups to choose from. Teen / Youth Screen Acting is held on Tuesday afternoons & kids Acting is held on Thursday afternoons.

Most courses are run concurrently with the official school calender for NSW.

Regular Tutors Adam Stewart, Paul Winchester & Matt Charleston are professional actors who have all trained at major prestigious performing arts schools-Theatre Nepean, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts & NIDA respectively.

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