About the Course
Throughout 2017, students will develop performance skills and apply them to new and exciting situations.
We will use comprehensive drama games to learn to work with our instinct and intuition.
We will learn about accents, work on audition acting technique, review screen work and study the acting tips of top international drama coaches. We will learn about the difference between stage and screen acting and get the opportunity to put these both into practice.
Speech and voice techniques will to be a part of our course, as will fun, confidence-building, imagination and expression!
Timetable and Enrolment
|Start: 2nd May 2017
Finish: 4th July 2017
Tuesdays, 5.15pm – 6.30pm (10 weeks Term 2)
|Scots College Creative and Performing Arts Centre, Drama Room 1|
|Girls and Boys aged 13-15 years|
proceed to the returning enrolment form
E nrolment will open for new students if there is space.
About Tess Jamieson-Karaha
Tess Jamieson-Karaha grew up in Eastbourne and received her Bachelor of Acting at Toi Whakaari:NZ Drama School in 2010.
Her recent work includes recording her Solo theatre piece ‘Please Help Yourself’ for Radio New Zealand, playing the young Judy Schollum in Consent- the Louise Nicholas story, War News, How to Meet Girls from a Distance, Catherine in the feature film Births, Deaths and Marriages, to be released later this year, and writing directing and starring in her short film Coffee Group.
Tess frequently reads for the Ready to Read and School Journal audio books as well.
She is currently writing and teaching the Screen Acting course for acting students at Whitireia. She has taught kids drama classes and school holiday programmes for Rachel Maine at Arts a Go Go.
Her website is at kidsparteasy.com