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Stage Acting courses for Teens at Point Break Drama, provide solid grounding in acting technique, skills & stage craft, whilst giving students the opportunity to perform each term.

Teen Drama (10-17yrs)

Teen Drama (10-17yrs)

This high energy ten-week Acting course is designed specifically for Teenagers, & offers participants the opportunity to explore the different aspects of Acting & improvisation in a fun & spontaneous environment.

  • Teen Drama (Tues 10-16)
    Tuesday October 10, 2017 @ 4:00 pm

  • Teen Drama (10-13)
    Wednesday October 11, 2017 @ 4:00 pm
  • Teen Drama (10-13)
    Thursday October 12, 2017 @ 4:00 pm

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  • Teen Drama ( 14-17yrs) Wed
    Wednesday October 11, 2017 @ 4:00 pm

  • Teen Drama (14-17yrs)
    Thursday October 12, 2017 @ 4:00 pm
  • Advanced Youth Drama (10-17yrs)

    Advanced Youth Drama (10-17yrs)

    The advanced Acting course for teens, is specifically designed for those that have a passion, drive & an enthusiasm for Acting. The course is only open to those with previous experience, and all students must pass through the audition process to gain a place in this course. Auditions are held twice a year.

    The Tempest - Tickets on Sale

    A tale of revenge, redemption, personal growth, hatred, love, slavery and – ultimately – coconuts. See Shakespeare’s classic, The Tempest at Point Break Drama acting studio in November.Prospero’s quest for vengeance is obsessive, blinding him to his own short-sighted – and cynical view of the world. Through his love for his daughter – and his increasing awareness of his treatment of both Ariel and Caliban – he comes to an understanding of not only a humanist world view, but also of himself.” Plays one week only 7th – 11th November. BOOK NOW!

     

     


     

     


     

     


     

     

    Shakespeare on the Go!

    Shakespeare on the Go!

    Shakespeare on the GO is a Practical introduction to the mechanics & performance demands of Shakespeare, under the expert tutelage of Shakespearean actor & teacher, Blair Cutting.