Actors Centre Australia (ACA) will be holding Sydney auditions for its intake for its Bachelor of Performing Arts (Stage and Screen) from Monday 29thApril 2019.

This three-year intensive actors’ program is owned and developed by ACA and accredited by Torrens University Australia. It is regarded as the premier acting course across Australia. Developed over the past 30 years, the Degree Program combines all aspects of performance in an indepth, industry-specific range of modules, delivered by the most prominent drama and theatre lecturers this country has assembled.

Dean Carey, founder, director and CEO of ACA recently said, “This is an elite, world-class program that will serve, inspire, support and embolden our creative artists of the future. Through sector-specific training they will be ale to enter the performing arts workplace and professionally collaborate and contribute at the highest level and well above industry standard.”

Dean Carey – founder, director and CEO of ACA

Some of Australia’s most recognised and successful artists have benefitted significantly under the mentorship of Dean Carey and ACA accredited courses. Hugh Jackman, arguably one of Australia’s most successful actors, started his career at ACA and today proudly holds the position of Patron. Other prominent artists to have pledged their names and support of all ACA stands for have recently become ACA Amabassodors: Harriet Dyer, Patrick Brammall, Marcia Hines, Georgie Parker, George Sheppard, Martin Crewes, Gale Edwards, and Philip Quast.

“After 30 years of nurturing the best Australian talent, ACA has the privilege of continuing to guide some of the most amazing talent through our new Degree Program. You can have all the talent in the world but you need to know how to use it. At ACA we concentrate on teaching the craft and giving our graduates the best industry skills imaginable.”
Dean Carey

Only 26 positions will be offered for the 2019 intake. Applications are filling up fast but audition positions are still available.

www.actorscentreaustralia.com.au

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