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: 1st Aug 2017
Finish: 26 Sept 2017
Tuesdays, 5.15pm – 6.30pm (9 weeks Term 3)
|Scots College Creative and Performing Arts Centre, Drama Room 1|
|Teens aged 13-15 years|
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About Bea Joblin
Ko Rimutaka te maunga,
Ko Te Awa Kairangi te awa,
Ko Bróithe te iwi,
No Te Whanga-nui-ā-Tara ahau.
Bea Joblin is a registered ECE teacher, drama teacher, Te Reo teacher, and film maker from Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara/ Wellington. Bea has taught drama to primary school children, teenagers, adult community learners and prisoners, for organisations such as Rata Studios, Whitireia Performing Arts Centre, Rimutaka Prison and Wellington Boys and Girls Institute. Bea has a passion for the intersection of arts and education in a diverse range of communities.