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Student Performances

    • Darlo Drama Presents Wounds to the Face by Howard Barker

      Darlo Drama presents Wounds to the Face by Howard Barker

      The Age says of this play..."Playwright Howard Barker is an uncompromising and challenging writer, and demands an intense level of engagement from audiences. But this work rewards that engagement, satisfies intellectually, and is often very funny. The theme of the play’s interwoven stories is the human face. It begins with a woman seated at a dressing table, beginning a battle with her own face, which she hates, a battle that will last on and off for the length of the play."

      Directed By Deborah Jones

      Staring Atienza, Edgar Atienza, Jo Goddard, Guy Moore, Dian Neligan, Veronique Segrais-Saita and Amanda Yates

    • Level One Performance

      The culmination of our students' work in our course Beginngers Acting Level One Courses – the Mononlogue.

      Our Level One students perform in a selection of scenes in our Studio Theatre. Come along and see them take the stage!

    • Level Three Performance

      The culmination of our students' work in our course Beginngers Acting Level Three Courses – the Story.

      Our Level Three students perform in a selection of scenes in our Studio Theatre. Come along and see them take the stage!

    • Level Two Performance

      The culmination of our students' work in our course Beginngers Acting Level Two Courses – the Scene.

      Our Level Two students perform in a selection of scenes in our Studio Theatre. Come along and see them take the stage!

Events and Community

    • Crash Test Drama

      Crash Test Drama is all about creative development in the Sydney theatre industry.

      It’s also a great way for actors and directors to practise their craft, writers to learn more about the art of writing for the stage, and it’s a wonderful networking opportunity. Each night of Crash Test Drama we select a series of 10 minute plays to be performed as moved readings, which is where actors move around and might make use of simple props but carry their scripts in hand.

      At 5:15pm on the day, writers and directors assemble at Darlo Drama.

      At 5:30pm, the directors cast their plays from the actors in attendance. All plays are rehearsed and performed as from 7:30pm that night.

      Once all of the plays have been performed, the audience and judges vote for their favourite two plays. The top two plays win a spot in the Crash Test Drama Finals and there are cash prizes on the night.