Enrol in a School for Acting, Reap Lifelong Benefits

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Featured in The Australian’s Arts, Life & Style was the launching of the fifth annual National Play Festival in Melbourne and its organiser, artistic director of Playwriting Australia, Chris Mead, who is keen to create more opportunities to export Australian talent.  Very timely, the festival’s theme is focussed on “how we relate internationally.”  The Australian reported, “WHEN the global financial crisis began to bite in 2008, the outlook for Australia's performing arts companies was unclear... So as corporate Australia stumbled, and private donors watched their fortunes ebb and flow, arts companies were forced to adjust expectations... Major companies are working together, and with emerging or traditionally fringe troupes, while the once rigid interpretations of disciplines have been junked as dance, music and cabaret are included in regular theatrical seasons.”


Performing arts will always survive, no matter how insurmountable the challenges may block its path, because it is passion and life; it comes from within.  Those who are born with this talent will always find fulfilment on stage; those who are interested to hone this skill will always seek ways to better themselves.  This dramatic art is a language understood wherever you are in the world; so, perform not only on one stage, but on all stages across the globe. It’s an art that can be perfected with practice, training and experience.


Benefits of Joining Acting Classes


If your heart is on stage and you want to conquer the world with the power of the performing arts, then step up and work on your talent.  Improve your natural, artistic skill by taking acting classes.  You will greatly benefit from these courses.  Here are some advantages to convince you of the importance of enrolling in an acting course.


  • You’ll learn a solid technique that you can fall back on and recreate time after time in different situations.
  • You’ll learn to access your emotions.
  • You’ll be guided to see where you need to improve.
  • You’ll see how the other actors work, overcome some of their own issues while acting and interpreting their roles, and prepare emotionally for their scenes.
  • You’ll have a mentor who can give you good, constructive and personal feedback.
  • You’ll gain confidence and know yourself better as an actor.
  • You’ll learn to block out everything else and concentrate solely on your role.
  • You’ll overcome stage fright.
  • You’ll learn how to audition well and make your appearances in front of casting directors and agents.
  • You’ll have a group of people with whom you can bounce ideas and to whom you can ask questions and share ideas.


ACA: School for Acting, Singing, Presenting and Performing


At Actors Centre Australia (ACA), a school for acting in Sydney that also offers singing classes and presentation training, you will be immersed in the world of performing arts and studying under the mentorship of well renowned artists, highly acclaimed directors and world-class tutors. ACA school’s performing arts programs are offered in various courses suited to your needs and schedule.  They have full-time and part-time courses, short and drop-in classes.  All their courses are geared towards your development as an actor.

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As a world-class school for acting, ACA offers excellent acting courses and singing classes that produce amazing artists. Providing full-time and part-time classes for acting and presentation training, they are the leading performing arts school in Sydney.

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Enrol in a School for Acting, Reap Lifelong Benefits

This article was published on 2012/04/02