Dear Parents of Teen Students,

    We're thrilled to outline the engaging and creative activities that your teenage child will experience in our acting class. Our mission is to provide an environment that nurtures self-expression, builds self-confidence, and fosters a deep appreciation for the performing arts. Here's a list of the exciting activities your teenager can look forward to:

    Warm-up Games: Engaging and interactive games that help teenagers get comfortable, establish trust with their peers, and prepare for the day's activities.

    Improv Exercises: Fun and thought-provoking improvisational activities that encourage quick thinking, creativity, and adaptability.

    Scene Study: In-depth exploration of scripted scenes, helping teenagers understand character motivations, emotions, and relationships.

    Character Development: Delving into the intricacies of creating multi-dimensional characters with unique traits, backgrounds, and perspectives.

    Script Analysis: Developing a deeper understanding of scripts, allowing teenagers to dissect dialogue and subtext for more effective storytelling.

    Vocal Techniques: Comprehensive vocal exercises that focus on projection, articulation, and emotional expression through speech.

    Movement and Physical Expression: Activities that emphasize body language, gestures, and physicality to enhance the storytelling process.

    Monologues: Crafting and performing impactful monologues that showcase individual talent and storytelling skills.

    Ensemble Work: Collaborative projects and ensemble-based scenes, fostering teamwork and cooperation with fellow students.

    Audition Preparation: Providing guidance and practice for auditioning, helping teenagers gain confidence in their audition skills.

    Performance Opportunities: Throughout the course, your teenager will have the chance to showcase what they've learned through performances, boosting their confidence and public speaking abilities.

    Self-Confidence Building: Fostering self-assurance, encouraging teenagers to trust in their abilities and embrace their uniqueness.

    Feedback and Self-Reflection: Offering constructive feedback and encouraging self-reflection to support ongoing growth and improvement.

    Social Interaction: Emphasizing the importance of teamwork, collaboration, and respectful communication with peers.

    Creativity and Enjoyment: Our classes are designed to be enjoyable and inspiring, providing a platform for your teenager to explore their creativity and have a fulfilling experience.

    We are dedicated to creating a supportive and challenging environment in which your teenager can thrive. If you have any questions or concerns about the activities or your teenager's progress, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We're here to support your teenager's development and passion for acting.



8 Victoria Rd, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia

15 - 18 years old

1.5 hours



Accepts creative kids vouchers

Where to find us

8 Victoria Rd, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia

About the provider

Parramatta Actors Centre is an Award-Winning acting school in the heart of Western Sydney founded by AWGIE and AACTA-award nominated writer, actor and director Nisrine Amine.

We create and curate acting classes for Kids and Teens in Grades K-12 who are wanting to get out of their shells or simply continue to express themselves.

PAC classes are grouped into the following categories to cater to specific developmental stages:

★ Young Kids: Grades K-1

★ Kids: Grades 2-3

★ Pre-Teens: Grades 4-6

★ Teens: Grades 7-9

★ Senior Teens: Grades 10-12

Within each PAC class, a student may undertake and develop the following activities and skills:

★ Warm-up games

★ Roleplay

★ Improv exercises

★ Scene study

★ Character development

★ Vocal techniques

★ Movement and physical expression

★ Script analysis

★ Storytelling

★ Performance opportunities

★ Social interaction

★ Creativity and fun

★ Confidence building

★ Feedback and reflection

What makes Parramatta Actors Centre different from many other acting schools in Western Sydney is that not only are all of our teachers qualified and hold current Working with Children Checks, but they are working actors, writers and artists, as well as school teachers. This assures that students receive support from highly knowledgeable and supportive adults.

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