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Beginners Acting - The Story (Level 3)

Beginners Acting - The Story (Level 3)

Refine your skills – Play multiple characters – Deepen your craft

Beginners Acting – The Story (Level 3)

Level Three involves the production of a series of scenes from several plays, with each actor exploring multiple characters and relationships. Performance craft is extended through this course by experiencing a TWO show performance in our Studio Theatre to an audience. Level Three builds your skills and knowledge to prepare to embark on the rehearsal and performance of a full play, equipping you with a solid acting craft to apply to a theatre production. Open to people who have completed Levels One & Two with Darlo Drama or similar courses elsewhere, Level Three gives you a fundamental understanding & experience of the processes involved in staging theatre, from rehearsal to performance. Working as an ensemble, blocking & script analysis is also developed in this course.

This course will introduce you to the process of performance craft and stamina. The TWO performance structure of this course will build the skills required in performing the same show twice!

Taking direction, play structure, script analysis, working as an Ensemble and stage work & blocking.

TWO performances of a series of scenes from several different plays on our Studio Theatre stage.

*We endeavour to use scripts that have equal roles but there is no guarantee of the size of the roles you will be cast in.

This course has no current classes. Please to be notified of vacancies and similar courses.

Course testimonials:

  • Loved it. Amanda was very understanding and patient with such a big class and all the different personalities in our class. The camaraderie was worth coming back for - it's a very safe environment to be learning in. Thank you Darlo Drama and Team, this has been worthwhile.
  • Having to learn 3 characters and interacting more. Plus learning more skills. And the group were great.
  • The exhilaration I received from performing, the sense of cameraderie, and the personal growth.