Do you dream of an acting career in film or on stage? Make it happen with our award-winning, industry-acclaimed 10672 NAT Advance Diploma of Screen and Stage Acting.
Australian Performing Arts Conservatory’s (APAC) 10672NAT Advance Diploma of Screen and Stage Acting has been offered for over twenty years. Based on an American teaching model it combines both Stanislavski (method acting) and Meisner (behavioural acting) methods.
The skills and tools obtained at APAC equip students for film and stage work all over the world. Some of the benefits of the Acting program include:
Students will develop practical skills through units that incorporate voice, speech, standard American dialect, physical storytelling, improvisation, and script analysis—just to name a few.
Additionally, as the founders of The Society of Australian Fight Directors Incorporated, APAC also offers ACTUAC601 Perform Staged Unarmed Combat and ACTSWO601 Perform Staged Swordplay exclusively in our curriculum.
Students will be able to:
Duration: Two years of full-time study to complete.
Delivery: Face-to-face in Brisbane
To undertake this course, participants must meet the following two requirements:
Hold a minimum year 12 standard of Education.
Pre-course entry interview to establish suitability for course, intentions for approach to study and commitment to the performance industry.
Australian Performing Arts Conservatory’s 10672NAT Advanced Diploma of Screen and Stage Acting is supported by the Actors Union, M.E.A.A (Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance) and is equal to two years of working credit.