NB: No more new enrolments are being taken for this course. Returning students only.
Attention all girl and boy actors aged 11-12 years!
If you love acting then this is the course for you: Do you love the lime light? Do you love telling stories? Do you love creating characters? This acting course will lead students through imaginative role playing into character and scene development. Good actors understand humanity. Drama encourages empathy with and understanding of others and the confidence needed to assume a role or character.
Timetable and Enrolment
|Timing||Schedule 1 with Bea:
Start: 1st Aug 2017
Finish: 26 Sept 2017
Tuesdays, 4.10pm-5.10pm (9 weeks Term 3)
Schedule 2 with Jo:
Start: 3rd Aug 2017
Finish: 28 Sept 2017
Thursdays, 5.40pm-6.40pm (9 weeks Term 3)
|Scots College Creative and Performing Arts Centre Drama Rooms|
|Schedule 1: Bea Joblin
Schedule 2: Jo Rogers
|Girls and Boys aged 11-12 years|
|$150 for Term 3 2017|
proceed to the returning enrolment form
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.
About Jo Rogers
Jo Rogers has vast experience in using various mediums such as screen and theatre to encourage and develop an understanding of real world issues.
Furthermore, she acknowledges the value in film, theatre and television as a way to entertain and bring joy to others. Having been involved in short films, television, theatre and musical productions she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her classes. Whether you want to be a movie star, change the world, develop confidence or just have fun, the opportunity of being involved in challenging theatre and screen workshops, exploring various acting techniques, performance skills and improvisation, will encourage and stimulate anyone’s intellect and creativity.
Jo Rogers is a trained teacher and has studied environmental and human science at university.