What Happens in our Acting Classes in Melbourne?

We currently have Incursions for Pre School and Primary,  After School sessions for ages 4 – 17, and Adult courses.

We can offer private tuition, audition preparation and directing sessions.

Our sessions focus on creative play, building confidence, collaborating and communicating.

Skills developed in our classes –

Concentration, memory and focus skills

Voice projection

Mindfulness techniques

Physical development and movement skills

Theatre and performance techniques

Working on and behind the camera

Audition Techniques

Monologues and scene work

Improvisation skills

Emotional awareness, intelligence and empathy

Making friends, and having fun!

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The Benefits of Drama

Drama Provides mental and health benefits with a positive impact on social and personal development and developing emotional intelligence, for all ages,

There is always a new experience and something we can discover about ourselves.

In our sessions, we are creative, which nurtures the imaginations and confirms that it is good to play, be loud or quiet, feel anxious, be silly and laugh and have fun.

“The role of a creative leader is not to have all the ideas; it’s to create a culture where everyone can have ideas and feel they’re valued.”

SIR KEN ROBINSON (Author and Arts Education Adviser)

Even if your shy, you will develop confidence in our sessions, as you share your ideas, feel comfortable with your group, make friends and receive positive encouragement. Being brave and taking chances will allow your to discover and develop your performance skills.

“Acting is not about being someone different. It’s finding the similarity in what is apparently different, then finding myself in there.”


We work and share as a group, watching and learning from each other, the key skill in acting is listening,  respecting others in the group and in our scene work. As we explore literature and dialogue, we improve our communication skills.

“Acting is mainly about listening, just focus on what the other person says, and it takes care of itself”


Performance is a collaboration, even solo work is for an audience or requires a crew. In our sessions, we work together, building ideas, learning from others and discovering how unique we are, and what we can achieve together.

“There are no small parts, only small actors”

STANISLAVSKY (Theatre Practitioner)

Our Teachers


Gemma Flannery


Lauren Bennett

Gemma Flannery is an Actor, born in Blackburn in the North of England, and studied Contemporary Theatre at Manchester Metropolitan University, privileged to study under the likes of Theatre practitioners such as Nancy Reilly from the Wooster group. During this course, Gemma wrote and devised work at the Edinburgh Fringe. She has since performed in 24/7 Theatre festival in Manchester, Fringe festival, Orlando and more recently wrote, directed and performed in her own play Digging Deep, which she took with her on her move to Australia and staged this at Fringeworld. Now focusing back on TV and film, Gemma would like to return to roles as featured, lead roles in shorts and features, and web series as well as mainstream TV and film. She continues to write, direct, self tape and perfect her Aussie and American accents.

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“I am a confident, passionate teacher and love the benefits drama can have as an exploration of our creative minds and enhancing our social development.

I am also work as an actor and director and use this in my work to demonstrate approaches and techniques.

I love designing and planning sessions, either writing my own material, exploring literature and finding new exercises.

Although my specialty is drama, I have studied physical, basic dance, music and comedy workshops.

I believe activities through the arts can be life-changing and open eyes and minds in unexpected ways. The best part of my job is seeing the development of those in my class”

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