APAC offers weekly acting classes in Brisbane. APAC’s casual acting program of weekly classes, short intensives and special guest masterclasses are a great way to develop your skills for the entertainment market place. Whether getting ready to impress an agent or for an upcoming audition, preparing for entry to the degree or honing areas of your professional skills that are getting rusty.
APAC’s acting classes are for professionals, beginners and those in between.
The content covers Screen Acting, Audition, Improv, Character Development, Advanced Emotional Content, Dialect, Stage Combat and more.
All instruction is by qualified lectures delivering within the Bachelor’s degree program.
APAC’s acting classes are offered in bookings of 4 consecutive weekly sessions.
To book an acting class in Brisbane Click below. You must be 17 years or above to attend.
The Australian Performing Arts Conservatory is a registered higher education provider. Behavioural conditions will, therefore, apply to all students upon entry. Student agreements are signed upon application and enforced at all times.
Australian Performing Arts Conservatory (APAC) has launched a brand-new, state of the art; training facility in Brisbane to train Actors, Film Makers and Song Performers.
With over 26 years of experience, this institution was founded by CEO Marcus Hogan. Marcus trained as an actor at the National Shakespeare Conservatory in New York, was awarded honours as a graduate at the Cornish Institue of Performing Arts and completed his master’s degree at Boston University’s performing arts school in Directing Film & Theatre.
After returning home, with a 100-year plan in mind, he set out to fill the gap in actor training in Australia. As a result, he has delivered on the first quarter and achieved the Bachelor Degree qualification levels for the first three performing arts courses, Acting, Filmmaking and Song Performance. The next three exciting NEW courses are under construction in never seen before bespoke areas – watch this space!
APAC has evolved into Australia’s first collaborative Performing Arts school and graduates who have gone on to successfully work in film, television, theatre, and Song Performance throughout the world.