Drama Associations for Kids - the Darwin Region

Northern Territory (NT)

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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 score: 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.
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