The Stage Actor

Annual Program
 Welcome to a deep investigation into the real world of acting for the stage.

Designed for students who are serious about immersing themselves in the work of the actor and who are hungry to broaden their technical knowledge and skills, you will rotate on a timetable of  Acting for Theatre, Audition practice, Comedy, Alexander Technique, Mindfulness, Movement for the Actor, Viewpoints, Improvisation, Voice, Accents, Stage Combat, and much more.

Coaches, mentors and special guests are invited into the rehearsal room each term giving actors an opportunity to work deep, make industry connections, and gain invaluable insight into this incredible industry. You are also given an array of additional electives that will enhance your training and development. Upon completion of this program you will perform your best work to a live audience and industry guests.

For a detailed insight into your journey ahead click below

Course Costs


The Stage Actor

$181 deposit + $230 per month (inclusive of gst)

for 11 months 

or combine The Stage Actor program with The Screen Actor & Filmmaker program for The Ultimate Actors Experience

YAA 2024 Term Calendar

Term 1 

Saturday 3rd Feb 2024 –Sunday 14th April 2024

Term 2 

Saturday 4th May 2024 – Sunday 7th July 2024 

Term 3

Saturday 27th July 2024 – Sunday 29th Sept 2024

Term 4

Saturday 19th Oct 2024 – Sunday 14th Dec 2024

The Stage Actor Class

Time: 3pm until 6pm

Saturday or Sunday

(3 hour class weekly throughout term dates listed above

Age Ranges: 15yrs+

Where: Waterloo or Alexandria Studio

Participants: Maximum 16 actors only

Adam Marks

Adam Marks

Stage Acting Coach

Adam graduated from WAAPA 3 Year Bachelor of Acting in 2018.
Adam just finished performing in Slaughterhouse at Belvoir St Theatre right off the back of touring to Brisbane in the show Puffs as a magical boy wizard. 

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