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    The Outspoken Swan Academy for Drama, Film & Speech offers a range of drama courses with film-making options to children as young as three years through to adults. The aim is to transform shy individuals into confident, expressive communicators, articulate and creative. Drama games are fun, teaching skills in quick thinking, problem solving, memory strengthening, imagination, team building and resilience. Group class size is limited to 12 students. A full class runs for 75 minutes and all-inclusive fees ... Read more are $170 per term. Discounts are offered for EarlyBird payment and siblings. Private students are offered national award performance classes in the Karama studio. Phonetics is highly recommended to anyone seriously considering studying theatre, journalism, public speaking or linguistics. A four week intensive introductory course is run for $200 for solo students. Group classes committed to devising their own script may produce a play to perform for a SA examiner ...

    Overall rating: 4.5 out of 5  

    Enjoying Cinderella

    11-04-2016 by Laura Codnita

    ‎Laura Daoay Codnita‎ to The Outspoken Swan Academy of Drama, Film & Communication June 5, 2015 · Darwin · Rasha and Galia with their lovely theater teacher Gillian Rose..

    Answer from The Outspoken Swan Drama Academy for Drama, Film and Speech on 31-01-2017:
    Thank you Laura for taking this lovely pic of two of our talented EARLY WINNERS, Rasha and Galia, with me. It is such a pleasure to teach enthusiastic youngsters brimming with ideas and sparkles. This mixed group of Cygnetaries and younger ones certainly produced a unique take on the traditional tale of Cinderella.

    Engaging, humorous and heartwarming!

    11-04-2016 by Georgina Cotter

    Georgina Cotter March 24 at 3:37pm Thankyou Gillian for an engaging, humorous and totally heartwarming play "a slice of Narnia" that was performed at the Malak Theatre last night. It was wonderful to see the hard work and dedication from yourself and the students

    Answer from The Outspoken Swan Drama Academy for Drama, Film and Speech on 31-01-2017:
    It was indeed an astonishing production Georgina, even if I do say so myself. Twelve child actors, 36 costumes, 21 scenes, multi-media, sound and lighting effects and a DUCK straight out of Leunig, the Aussie cartoonist, to weld together of wonderful version of C.S. Lewis' allegorical magical fantasy, "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe". The students were splendid, so was a sound techie and the audience loved. Great work.

    Dancescene studios in Nedlands provide exceptional tuition in Classical ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Brazilian Dance. While nurturing the joy of dance in all its genres, our teaching style and curriculum has a strong emphasis on the development of cross-lateral skills and the ready transfer of these skills into other important areas of a child's life, namely sport and improvement in cognitive learning. Classes run for approximately a ten week term and include all public holidays. Make up classes ... Read more are always an option for classes missed. Classes for ages 3 yrs to 18 yrs plus Adult Ballet and 'Ballet 4 Seniors' classes available. We also sell the cheapest ballet shoes, leotards and tights in Perth. Please view our website at or email us.

    We are a heritage listed Theatre built in 1921 offering a diverse range of high quality live performances in addition to showing silent films which are accompanied live on either our 1937 Compton theatre pipe organ or piano. We seat 230 in concert configuration. Our Valentino's Restaurant caters to our events and operates as a restaurant serving delicious food to the public. We are community owned and run by volunteers who go out of their way to offer hospitality and professionalism both to our performers ... Read more and patrons. The Majestic is more than a theatre, it is an experience. Check out our website.

    LEC is Logan City's premier entertainment venue, hosting a variety of events ranging from theatre shows and concerts to exhibitions, school productions and awards dinners. The venue's services and facilities include an experienced events team and production specialists, full bar, and kiosk, audio-visual and lighting equipment, computerised on-site ticketing system and free off-street parking as well as disabled access. Flexibility is the key and the LEC can cater for every need, from small ... Read more and intimate cocktail parties to sit-down three-course award ceremonies and full-scale festivals and pop star performances.

    The Arts Centre Gold Coast & Matt Ward Entertainment presents - The Greenroom Project Junior Performance Workshop & Show with Star of 'Chitty Bang Bang' - Rachael Beck and other industry professionals. Workshop Dates - Sun 6 July, Mon 7 July, Tues 8 July Show Date - Tuesday 8 July AUDITION'S NOW OPEN - register online. Auditions to be held SATURDAY 28th JUNE The Greenroom Project is Australia's first live cabaret talk show, jam packed with on the couch interviews, performances and behind ... Read more the scenes gossip. Hosted by Matt Ward, joined by Australian Theatre Musical Star, Rachael Beck as the Celebrity Guest Artist and 14 Feature Artists who will each take to the stage to showcase their solo act, all accompanied by Musical Director, Brad Rush on piano. AUDITION and tickets on our website.

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    22yrs in the local area of Logan Village & Jimboomba Kj School of Entertainment is for the young and young at heart "You'll be Dramatized' Over 50 productions / scripts written to accommodate all dance & drama students Theatrical opportunities Dance / Drama / Tap / Ballet / Private vocal coaching / Film &Television Principal trained at the Beryl Ellis school of Jazz Sydney to know more about the staff go to the website

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    Alpha is a touring theatre company based in Melbourne, Australia, touring nationally & internationally with humanity's most popular & favourite stories, transformed into fun, entertaining, intense and life changing theatre for young people. Positively encouraging emotional learning in children within Australian schools & theatres.

    • 185 - 187 Ashmore Rd, Benowa, QLD 4217

    Spotlight Theatrical Company is made up of passionate people serving quality theatre, costumes, & youth training to the Gold Coast since 1955.

    The Australian National Surfing Museum in Torquay celebrates the history of surfing in Australia. It tells the story of this countries rich beach culture and surfing heritage that has developed over the last one hundred years. A visit to the ANSM gives people the opportunity to immerse themselves in beach experience and explore one of Australia’s favourite past times. Through themed exhibition spaces and interactive displays, visitors can relive time spent at the beach, or discover the intimate ... Read more link between surfers and breaking waves. Find out about surfing hero’s and legends in The Australian Surfing Hall Of Fame, which celebrates the lives of Australian surfing champions. You can check out their biographies mounted on a typical example of the board they rode. Relax in the theatre and enjoy spectacular footage of surfers in action while you are surrounded by vintage surf memorabilia and an epic array of historic surfboards. Trace the development of the surfboard along the boardwalk ...

    CPAC hosts weekly drama classes at the centre every Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon during the school term. Drama classes offer a wealth of performance-based activities for children and young people, furthering their insight into the world of theatre and indeed the world they live in. With games, activities, opportunities for improvisation and performance, devising and scripted work; all participants will broaden their horizons, expand their knowledge and increase their skills in the performing ... Read more arts. Through a range of new challenges and opportunities, an enjoyable, worthwhile experience is guaranteed.

    Riverside Theatres is set to become a children’s activity hub these school holidays with a jam-packed program of incredible live theatre, entertainment and interactive workshops at their annual Spot On Children’s Festival from 30th September until 4th October. Packed with fantasy and high stakes adventure, Theatre of Image’s brand new musical theatre production Monkey…Journey to the West brings comedy, music and spectacular martial arts from Team 9Lives to Riverside Theatres’ main stage. ... Read more Based on the popular Chinese classic story of The Monkey King, and immortalised in Australia by the ABC TV series ‘Monkey Magic’, Monkey…Journey to the West tells the tale of four seemingly unsuitable pilgrims as they overcome 81 tribulations on their journey from China to India to obtain the sacred scriptures and enlightenment. Created by John Bell and Kim Carpenter, this will be a highlight of the theatre going year. In two fun-filled shows daily, The Magic Chicken sees two chefs mixing ...

    RIVERSIDE THEATRES’ SPOT ON CHILDREN’S FESTIVA

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    Riverside Theatres is set to become a children’s activity hub these school holidays with a jam-packed program of incredible live theatre, entertainment and interactive workshops at their annual Spot On Children’s Festival from 30th September until 4th October.<br /> <br /> Packed with fantasy and high stakes adventure, Theatre of Image’s brand new musical theatre production Monkey…Journey to the West brings comedy, music and spectacular martial arts from Team 9Lives to Riverside Theatres’ main stage. Based on the popular Chinese classic story of The Monkey King, and immortalised in Australia by the ABC TV series ‘Monkey Magic’, Monkey…Journey to the West tells the tale of four seemingly unsuitable pilgrims as they overcome 81 tribulations on their journey from China to India to obtain the sacred scriptures and enlightenment. Created by John Bell and Kim Carpenter, this will be a highlight of the theatre going year.<br /> <br /> In two fun-filled shows daily, The Magic Chicken sees two chefs mixing up a hilarious blend of physical comedy, live music and puppetry as their lives are interrupted by a mysterious feathered friend. Taking inspiration from Dr. Seuss, the chefs attempt to juggle pots, pans and snarling customers. This is certainly not Masterchef - The Magic Chicken is a messy, madcap, slapstick treat, which is sure to make the whole family laugh. <br /> <br /> On Tuesday and Wednesday, the fiercest animal in the jungle ¬– Señor Rabbit – is coming to Riverside. Lillian Rodrigues-Pang and band bring this Colombian folktale to life and take children to the jungle to sing, dance, laugh, cry and share in 45 minutes of pure magical fun. <br /> <br /> Not to be missed, the very popular Sydney Puppet Theatre returns with Z for Giraffe on Wednesday and Thursday. Based on the true story of a young giraffe captured in Africa and sent as a gift to the King of France, the story follows the young giraffe’s journey by sea and land to Paris.

    Independent Dance Studios - IDS (formerly Contemporary Independent Dance) provides dance tuition of the highest standard for girls and boys aged 2 through to adult. IDS is dedicated to providing exceptional dance training for the aspiring dancer, ensuring every student has the opportunity to develop strong dance technique and foundations. Located in Hallam, our ethos "Nurture, Inspire, Excel" is evident in everything we do. We are immensely proud of our reputation within the dance community - ... Read more one of strength, professionalism and excellence. IDS offers classes in classical ballet, contemporary, jazz, tap, acrobatics, lyrical, specialised pre-primary dance, Progressive Ballet Technique, limber and body conditioning. Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) examination work, private coaching, team work, competitions, performances, guest teacher workshops and a spectacular end of year Showcase are also on offer. At IDS we are committed to ensuring that every student has the opportunity to develop ...

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Such a warm, welcoming school - wouldn't send my girls anywhere else.

    15-09-2017 by Karli

    Kind and caring staff and world class facilities. Miss Nicole and all the teachers are true professionals, whose passion fills hearts and minds. A beautiful dance family and home away from home for my two girls.

    Noosa Arts Theatre, located in the heart of Noosa, provides a range of live theatre entertainment options covering all genres, from contemporary dramas to musicals, comedies, one-act plays, cabaret and the annual January pantomime. The theatre is an intimate venue, featuring comfortable raked seating and an air-conditioned auditorium. For your enjoyment, we are a licensed venue and we allow beverages to be taken into the auditorium. Our bar is open 30 minutes before each event and stocks a limited ... Read more range of wine, beers, pre-mixed spirits, soft drinks, tea, coffee and snacks. Please, no BYO as it contravenes our license conditions. The theatre is also equipped with an audio induction loop for the hearing-impaired and is a wheelchair accessible venue. Like us on Facebook or join our mailing list to be kept informed of all the events at Noosa Arts Theatre. Buy a subscription package to plan your theatre for the year, make great savings (on ticket costs and with free programs) and get ...

    Pantomime - Old Mother Hubbard

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    DATES SATURDAYS at 11am and 2pm January 2, 9, 16 SUNDAYS at 1pm and 4pm January 3, 10, 17 TICKETS All tickets $15 ABOUT Old Mother Hubbard is the proprietor of the local orphanage and is struggling to keep it going. So when Squire Farquhar becomes her landlord courtesy of Demon Evil and threatens to evict her and her orphans, things are looking even bleaker than usual. And the only way out seems to be to allow her eldest orphan Polly, to marry the Squire. Desperate to find the money to enable her to save the orphanage and prevent Polly from having to make a terrible choice, she eventually gets ready to leave the orphanage. But at the last minute Fairy Floss gets the Squire to see the light and he turns against the Demon, who is forced to admit defeat and leave town with Squirt. The orphanage is saved and in true panto style, Polly ends up marrying a handsome Prince instead. Director: Susan Dearnley Musical Director: Diana Thomson All tickets $15!

    • Cnr Yatala Vale Rd and Hancock Rd, Surrey Downs, SA 5126

    Tea Tree Players Theatre is situated on Tilley Recreation Park, at the cnr of Yatala Vale Road & Hancock Road, at Surrey Downs, and is the biggest provider of 'live' theatre in the northern metropolitan area. In our (120) seat theatre we present SEVEN productions each year, all tending toward the not too serious, for a total SIXTY EIGHT performances, and we are very well supported by patrons from all parts of the metropolitan area and many near country population centres. The standards are high ... Read more and the costs of $15 Adults and $13 Concession are reasonable. To find out more visit us at our website or call us anytime.

    Catchment Players was formed in 1975. Catchment Kids was formed in 2000 to encourage and nurture the participation of our young talents in all facets of the Performing Arts. A “kids” concert was held every year up to 2005 then in August 2006 we commenced our junior musical productions which have been very successful. Over many years Catchment Players assisted with the planning and design of the Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre on the corner of Bell Street and St. Georges Road, Preston. ... Read more Many of our productions over the years have been staged there. Our current home theatre is the Banyule Theatre in Heidelberg. A Committee, which is elected annually, manages the company and the AGM is held in February. Catchment actively encourages all performers to assist in set building, painting, costumes, prop making and publicity.

    Phoenix Theatre Inc. operates out of the Hamilton Hill, Memorial Hall. The group puts on approximately five productions a year along with 'The Drama Club' for kids 5-16, and were the first theatre group in the City of Cockburn. New members welcome.

    The Drama Club Youth Drama Classes in association with Phoenix Theatre

    Dates: from 30 Nov -1 to 30 Nov -1

    The Drama Club Youth Drama Classes for ages 5-16yrs Mondays Class 1: 4pm-5pm for ages 9-12 Class 2: 5pm-6pm for ages 9-12 Tuesdays 4pm-5pm: ages 5-8yrs 5pm-6pm: ages 13-16yrs Term 1 and 2: Skills for the stage Term 3 and 4: Skills for Performance, Auditions, Rehearsals, Design and Performance showcase. Uniform: Black clothing, with no loud prints T-shirts with Logo will be available for sale at $15 (compulsory by Term 2) Fees: $150 10 weeks (WA School Term) or $15 per session casual *students are able to trial the classes first to see if they like them!

    Overall rating: 3.7 out of 5  

    look mate!!

    26-03-2014 by storyteller

    listen hear guy who gave bad reveiw i was in the play and i thought it was really good and if we stuck to the origanal script it would have been as boring as bat sh*t so go watch something else would ya and dont go hate on us.

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    16-01-2014 by Teacher of Drama Club

    Dear unsatisfied audience member IMO, I am the Drama teacher at this facility and I am very sorry to hear your negative comments after you watched the end of year performance of The Snow Queen. The subject that you have enclosed was never discussed with the children in the way in which you describe, and the students were focused on their voice projection and stage skills and had no focus on the underlying storyline in which you have read into. The story was chosen because it is a fairytale and like most fairy tales you have ever watched, they focus on love, friendship, and include your typical stock characters and archetypes. In this performance the students were allowed to improvise the ending and I guided them towards adding their own flair to the show. I am very sorry you feel negaitvely about this, in fact, the fact that students felt confident enough up on the stage and to perform in front of an audience is a bigger achievement to our club than fancy costumes or makeup. I was proud of every single student up there on that stage and will continue to this philosophy of teaching in 2014. We hope to see you at our next production.

    Subject matter a poor choice IMO

    02-12-2013 by Grandma

    I attended The Snow Queen last weekend. I was appalled to note that body image issues, fat/thin/ugly ran through the play; unresolved, along with unrequited love(eventually requited). I also noted that Kai left Girda to go with the Snow Queen, but then went back to Girda, and the snow queen decided to marry someone because he was the best looking. Of all possible subject matter, this was deemed appropriate? Surely kids theatre (involving under 10's especially) SHOULD involve costumes, stage make up, being taught how to project your voice, helping to make sets? Isnt that a huge part of it? Sorry to be negative, but what an opportunity lost...

    JUTE Theatre Company's vision is to see a myriad of new northern Australian stories being told through the compelling ritual of theatre; a groundswell of young artists passionate about story telling and theatre making; a community richer in culture and prouder in place through engagement with the arts. JUTE Theatre Company is a passionate, dynamic, savvy company which will not be satisfied until all new Australian stories have been told, all regional artists are provided with the support they deserve ... Read more and our audience’s, and community’s appetite for challenging new Australian stories is met.JUTE’s proven ability, strong and clear artistic direction, and proven passion to support and ignite Australian theatre, give the company the ability and imperative to punch above its weight with, to date, 67 new works produced, 33 tours and 8 published scripts. Goals • Create and produce exceptional contemporary Theatre • Demand excellence • Build new audiences • Boost the cultural vibrancy ...

    Cameo Theatre Company is a local amateur theatre company located in the St George area of Kingsgrove. We generally do two shows a year, often performing a mystery play or a musical at Kingsgrove & Sutherland in autumn & the end of year production is usually a pantomime at Kingsgrove, a show for the whole family to enjoy, kids and adults alike We rehearse and perform our shows at Kingsgrove Uniting Church Hall cnr Kingsgrove Rd & Moreton Ave Kingsgrove. For more info please email us.

    We are Darwin's leading Jumping Castle and Pop Up cinema Hire business. Your one stop shop for entertainment. Jumping Castles for toddlers right through to Adults. Water Castles and waterslides. Pup up cinemas from back yard DIY's to Drive-In theatre and all the way in between. Our cinema hire equipment is really popular for school fundraisers. 3m & 4m Home screens are great for all night movie nights or gaming sessions. Got a wedding or 50th /60th birthday party that you want to show a heap ... Read more of memorabilia photo's - the uses are only limited by your imagination. Check our website for our range. Put some Bounce into your next party!

    Casula Powerhouse is an arts centre responsive to its local and global communities. With over 150 languages spoken in the local area, we represent culturally diverse stories that allow our audiences to reflect on the world. As both a producer and presenter of work, we offer professionalism and expertise in the development of both contemporary art and community based practice. Visitors with restricted mobility can enjoy all public areas of Casula Powerhouse. The Theatre is fitted with hearing loop ... Read more and restricted mobility areas. Guide and hearing dogs welcome.

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    Largest undercover railway museum in Australia. Almost 100 railway exhibits - steam locomotives, diesel locomotives, railcars, passenger carriages, Tea & Sugar train, model railway, theatrette, train rides included and large book and souvenir shop.

    Drama Workshops Thursday 4.30 - 6pm Age - Year 3+ Email for details and costs.

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    Our Theatre shows encompass a world of entertainment to amaze and delight people of all ages. Our theatre has fully tiered seating too, so every audience member gets a great view!

    • 605 Military Road, Mosman, NSW 2088

    Mosman Library Service provides lending and information services and an extensive range of resources, activities and events for all ages. The Library offers exciting programs for children and teens, a regular visiting authors program and a unique collection of material on Mosman’s history and heritage.

    ABOUT US MnB Entertainment is a dance company founded in 1994 by Michel and Bessy Kabamba . An exciting troupe of innovative, inspiring and diverse artists, MnB is creating a new breed of talent in the entertainment industry. Michel and Bessy’s experience in dance performance and teaching skills have enabled them to take their company and mission across Australia, New Zealand, Los Angeles, Mexico and Solomon Island along side with their 2 children who are also part of the crew bringing a new vibe ... Read more to this hip hop dance crew. “It’s a family affair”.

    Do you have what it takes to become a professional wrestler? The PCW Academy has produced many of Australia's finest wrestlers including Daniel Swagger, Mark Kage, Tome Filip, Nash Archer, Mad Dog McCrea, Trikki, Danny Psycho, The Enforcer, Anthony Dangerfield, Mr. Big and dozens more! With two great locations in Geelong and Melbourne's East, we'll help you train to become a professional wrestler, condition your body and ultimately give you the opportunity to kick-start a wrestling career.

    Student enrolments are open for Term 3. This term commences on Thursday 19 July 2018 and Saturday 21 July 2018 and finishes on Thursday 20 September 2018 and Saturday 22 September 2018. This final lesson will incorporate a Family Day performance. We are continuing to offering all new student's their first lesson free. For 2018, classes are available on Thursday afternoons and Saturday mornings. * Thursday classes are at 4 pm * Saturday classes are at 10 am and 11:30 am. * Fees are $12 ... Read more per lesson. * For new students, their first lesson is free of charge with no obligation to continue. We want to ensure parent and the student are happy to continue. * Discounts are available for 2 or more children from the same family. PLEASE NOTE, we are offering a special discount for the first new 5 students who select our Saturday 10 am class. Contact us, you will be pleasantly surprised!! Kids Acting & Theatre Zone (KATZ) teach children aged 5 to 17. We keep our class sizes to ...

    First Lesson Free

    Validity: from 25 Jun 2018 to 31 Aug 2018

    All new students will be provided with their first lesson free of charge and no obligation to continue. We want to ensure the student is happy to continue with us.

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Confidence

    11-05-2018 by Leesa

    My 8 year old has been going to KATZ for nearly a year. It has been wonderful for her confidence and great preparation for school oral presentations......and she enjoys it, which is really the most important thing!!!

    Answer from Kids Acting & Theatre Zone (KATZ) on 14-05-2018:
    Thank you Leesa for your lovely and thoughtful review. Developing a child's confidence is a major vision of ours. It is so important for children these days in such a competitive environment they are in and will face in the future. So happy she is enjoying herself.
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