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Future Acting Plan for an independent rising artist

Group: Natalie, Nina and Tria


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The aim of the presentation

  • Local & National Venues (Natalie)

  • Theatre Groups and Programs (Natalie + Nina)

  • Social & Political Agendas (Tria)

  • Agencies (Natalie)

  • Guide to CVU’s and ABN(Natalie)

  • Career Paths (Nina + Natalie)

  • Sponsorships & Funding (Natalie + Tria)

  • Australian Artists (Nina)

  • Extra Curriculum (Tria)


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Local Venues (Brisbane & Gold Coast

  • Arts Theatre

  • Backbone Youth Arts

  • Bollywood in Brisbane - an up-to-date guide to commercial Hindi films being screened in Brisbane.

  • Brisbane Powerhouse

  • Centenary Theatre Group Inc

  • Expressions Dance Companies

  • Frank Theatre

  • Front Row Community Theatre Hamilton

  • Interactive Theatre 

  • Judith Wright Centre Of Contemporary Arts, Fortitude Valley

  • KooembaJdarra Indigenous Performing Arts

  • La Boite Theatre Company at the Roundhouse Theatre

  • Metro Arts

  • Mixed Company : theatre of comedy

  • The Sandgate Town Hall. Professional local, interstate and overseas artists performing Classical, Folk, Jazz and World music.

  • Nash Theatre Company

  • Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University

  • Queensland Musical Theatre stages two major musical productions in Brisbane, often travelling them to other centres; and incidental shows in a variety of venues in the SE corner. 

  • Queensland Performing Arts Centre

  • Queensland Pops Orchestra: Plays light music in the style of the famous Boston Pops Orchestra.

  • Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble

  • Queensland Theatre Company

  • QUT Gardens Theatre

  • Roundhouse Theatre

  • Sandgate Theatre Inc. Amateur theatre group

  • Savoyards Musical Comedy Society

  • Spotlight Theatrical Theatre Gold Coast -Ashmore Rd, Benowa, Gold Coast

  • St Luke's Theatre Society, 193 Ekibin Rd East Annerley

  • Stagedoor Dinner Theatre, Twelfth Night Complex, 4 Cintra Road, Bowen Hills

  • Tivoli Music Hall Theatre Restaurant -Costin St, Fortitude Valley

  • The Troubadour - Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley.

  • Sunnybank Theatre Group Inc

  • Tell Tales Entertainment

  • The Fame Talent Agency and Theatre Company

  • The Gold Coast Theatre Alliance Inc --Beenleigh to Murwillumbah (17 in total - all members of the Gold Coast Theatre Alliance Inc.)

  • Icy Tea (Inala Community Theatre) - 3372 1684  

  • The Princess Theatre, 8 Annerley Road, Woolloongabba

  • Theatresports Queensland

  • The Twelfth Night Complex, Bowen Hills 

  • Villanova Players

  • Warehaus Theatre

  • Zen Zen Zo Physical Theatre


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National Venues (Melbourne)

  • VICTORIAN ARTS CENTRE

  • 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne. Phone: 03 9281 8000.. Admission for tour $AU10, backstage tour (no children) $AU13.50.

  • PRINCESS THEATRE

  • 163 Spring Street, Melbourne. Phone: 03 9299 9800.

  • THE ARTS CENTRE, FAIRFAX STUDIOVICTORIAN WRITERS’ CENTRE

  • 1st Floor. Nicholas Building. 37 Swanston Street, Melbourne. 03 9654 9068.

  • WOMEN’S CIRCUS

  • Footscray Community Arts Centre. Footscray. Phone 03 9687 3665.

  • KALEIDE RMIT UNION THEATRE

  • 360 Swanston Street, Melbourne. Phone 03 9925 3713..

  • THE PLAYHOUSE at the ARTS CENTRE

  • 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne. Phone 03 9281 8000.

  • CONCERT HALL at the ARTS CENTRE

  • 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne. Phone 03 9281 8000. 1981

  • CIRCUS OZ

  • 40 Bay Street, Port Melbourne. Phone 03 9646 8899.

  • LA MAMA THEATRE

  • 205 Faraday Street, Carlton. Phone 03 9347 6142. 349 Drummond Street, Melbourne.

  • MELBA HALL

  • Conservatorium of Music. Melbourne University. Gate 12. Royal Parade, Parkville. Phone 03 8344 7830 or 03 8344 5265.

  • MELBOURNE FRENCH THEATRE

  • 213 Canning Street, Carlton. Phone 03 9349 2250. Southbank Centre, Southbank Boulevard, Southbank. Phone 03 9626 1111.

  • NATIONAL THEATRE

  • Corner Barkly and Carlisle Streets, St Kilda. Phone 03 9534 0221 or 03 9525 4611.

  • IWAKI AUDITORIUM

  • ABC Centre. 120 Southbank Boulevarde, Southbank. Phone 03 9626 1500. Events venue, commonly used by Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

  • BLACK BOX

  • The Arts Centre. 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne. 03 9281 8000.

  • THE ARTS CENTRE

  • 100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne. Phone 03 9281 8000.

  • OPERA AUSTRALIA

  • 35 City Road, Southbank. Phone 03 9686 7477.

  • ANTHENIUM THEATRE

  • 188 Collins Street, Melbourne. Phone 03 9650 1500 or 03 9650 3504.


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National Venues (Sydney)

  • Australian Theatre for Young People (atyp)

  • Belvoir St Theatre

  • Capitol Theatre

  • Carriageworks

  • Cell Block Theatre ( National Art School)

  • City Recital Hallcapacity of 1238 seats

  • Customs House

  • Darlinghurst Theatre Co.

  • Eastside Arts

  • Enmore Theatre

  • Footbridge Theatre

  • Genesian Theatre

  • Government House

  • Lyric Theatre Star City

  • Metro Theatre

  • Mitchell Theatre

  • Museum of Contemporary Art

  • New Theatre

  • Newtown Theatre @The Edge

  • Paddington Town Hall

  • Performance Space @ CarriageWorks

  • Pilgrim Theatre

  • Pine Street Creative Arts Centre

  • S.H. Ervin Gallery (National Trust Centre)

  • SBW Stables Theatre

  • Seymour Centre

  • Star City Showroom

  • State Theatre

  • Sydney Art Theatre

  • Sydney Comedy Store

  • Sydney Conservatorium of Music

  • Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre

  • Sydney Entertainment Centre

  • Sydney Mechanics School of Arts

  • Sydney Opera House

  • Sydney Philharmonia Rehearsal Rooms

  • Sydney Theatre at Walsh Bay

  • Sydney Town Hall

  • Sydney Town Hall - Centennial Hall

  • The Domain

  • The Entertainment Quarter

  • The Old Fitzroy Theatre

  • The Rex Centre

  • The Vanguard

  • Theatre Royal


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National Venues (Perth)

  • Barking Gecko Theatre

  • Belvoir Valley Amphitheatre

  • YirraYaakin Aboriginal Theatre

  • Darlington Theatre Players

  • Deck Chair Theatre

  • Dolphin TheatreUniversity of Western Australia

  • East Amphitheatre

  • Garrick Theatre

  • Harbour Theatre (Princess May Theatre)

  • His Majesty's Theatre

  • Kalamunda Dramatic Society

  • KAOS Theatre Inc

  • Limelight Theatre

  • Mandurah Little Theatre

  • Marloo Theatre

  • New Fortune TheatreUniversity Of Western Australia

  • Octagon TheatreUniversity of Western Australia

  • Old Mill Theatre

  • Patch Theatre

  • Perth Actors Collective

  • Perth Concert Hall

  • Perth Theatre Company

  • Playback Theatre

  • Playhouse

  • Playlovers

  • Quarry Amphitheatre

  • Regal Theatre

  • Rockingham Theatre Company Theatre

  • Spare Parts Puppet Theatre

  • Stirling Theatre

  • Subiaco Theatre Centre

  • Swan Park Theatre

  • The Blue Room Theatre

  • The Bridge Theatre

  • The Gilbert & Sullivan Society Of WA

  • The Performing Arts Centre

  • The Rechabites Hall

  • Tivoli Theatre


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Main Theatres (Australia)

  • Alexander Theatre – puts on all types of shows

  • Arts House, Meat Market – multi-genre arts space

  • Arts House, North Melbourne Town Hall - presented numerous performance seasons, concerts, festivals and events.

  • Black Lung Theatre - dedicated to new, experimental and devised theatre and its also a non-profit company.

  • Chapel of Chapel – performs religious plays only

  • Factory - Rehearsal Centre for the Arts – first of its kind in Australia. It is ideally suited to community performing arts groups, community bands, amateur and professional theatre companies and dance groups.

  • La Mama - La Mama was established in 1967 to nurture new Australian theatre practice and has since played a vital role in the development of the Australian dramatic voice.

  • Many artists have had their inititial exposure at La Mama, including David Williamson and CateBlanchett.

  • Malthouse Theatre - Malthouse Theatre is dedicated to developing and presenting a broadly defined program of contemporary Australian theatre; a theatre often conceived and created in collaboration between writers, directors, designers and performers.

  • Opium Den - A new cabaret and theatre space, Opium Den has a large gay and lesbian following, having hosted Wednesday Lotus and Friday Drag Kings for the past decade.

  • Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre - critically acclaimed productions of new, fresh and predominantly unseen work.

  • Theatreworks - has a rich and extensive history of producing quality, alternative in-house productions.


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Theatre Genres

  • musical theatre

  • opera

  • pantomime

  • comedy

  • romantic comedy

  • black comedy

  • tragicomedy

  • physical theatre

  • There are over 225 theatre venues in Australia and New Zealand and more than 13,000 events.


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Theatre Groups (local)

  • Act 1 Theatre Company: Gympie Road, Strathpine (old council chambers building). Postal address: PO Box 436, Strathpine, 4500. Telephone: 3205-7578.

  • Backbone Youth Arts: Level 1, Metro Arts, 109 Edward Street, Brisbane, 4000. Telephone: 3210 2666. Email: [email protected]

  • Beenleigh Theatre Group: Crete Street Theatre, Crete Street, Beenleigh. Postal address: PO Box 201, Beenleigh, 4207. Telephone: 3807 3922

  • Brisbane Irish Theatre: www.brisbaneirishtheatre.com

  • Brisbane Junior Theatre: www.swcs.com.au/bjt/bjt.htm

  • Frank Theatre Company: P.O. Box 152, Bulimba, 4171. Telephone: 3890 3090. Email: [email protected]://www.ozfrank.com/

  • The Hills Players: Performances at St William's Church Hall, Dawson Parade, Grovely 4054. Postal address: PO Box 189, Everton Hills 4053 Telephone: 33514496.

  • Mt Cotton Drama Group: P.O. Box 1770, Cleveland, 4163. Telephone: 3206 8724www.mtcottondrama.com

  • Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble. Telephone: 3365 3269. e-mail: [email protected] www.qldshakespeare.org

  • Savoyards Musical Comedy Society: Ferguson Street, Manly, 4179. Telephone: 3396-7839.http://www.savoyards.com.au/

  • St Luke's Theatre Society: 193 Ekibin Road, East Annerley. Telephone: 3844 7257.http://www.maxlink.com.au/bcl/wotson/theatre/stlukes.htm

  • Sunnybank Theatre Group: 14 Mains Road, Sunnybank. Telephone: 3345 3964. http://www.stg.org.au


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Social and Political Agendas


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Agencies

  • Actors Conservatory

    127 Charlotte St, Brisbane, QLD, 4000

    Phone number: (07) 32296929

  • Bmkids

    Po Box 983, Kenmore, QLD, 4069

    Phone number: (07) 32025557

  • Brock Management

    Po Box 983, Kenmore, QLD, 4069

    Phone number: (07) 32025557

  • Direct Talent Pty Ltd.

    Level 1 365 Montague Rd, West End, QLD, 4101

    Phone number: (07) 38464722

  • Elite Handcrafts

    Unit 1 256-258 Montague Rd, West End, QLD, 4101

    Phone number: (07) 38461733

  • The Auditions Studio

    U 5/ 160 Lytton Rd, Balmoral, QLD, 4171

    Phone number: (07) 33955647

  • C.L. Agencies

    32 O'Keefe St, Woolloongabba, QLD, 4102

    Phone number: (07) 33917733

  • Ego Actor Management

    10/884 Ann St, Fortitude Valley, QLD, 4006

    Phone number: (07) 32570428

  • Excelsior Management International

    Po Box 700, Bulimba, QLD, 4171

    Phone number: 0419 733553

  • Judy Brown Management

    Po Box 1992, Milton, QLD, 4064

    Phone number: (07) 33698033

  • Pacific Artists Management

    126 Thistle St, Gordon Park, QLD, 4031

    Phone number: (07) 33579366

  • People Management

    Cnr River Side Drive & Jane St, West End, QLD, 4101

    Phone number: (07) 30136292

  • Spotz Management

    126 Thistle St, Gordon Park, QLD, 4031

    Phone number: (07) 33579366

  • V Management

    Suite 41 Level 10, Spring Hill, QLD, 4000

    Phone number: (07) 38314066

  • Voice Overs A Go

    22 Ennor St, Wavell Heights, QLD, 4012

    Phone number: 0410 567947

  • Bells Transport Pty Ltd

    17 Shoebury St, Rocklea, QLD, 4106

    Phone number: (07) 33929111

  • D.L.D.C. Casting Company

    2/50 Secam St, Mansfield, QLD, 4122

    Phone number: (07) 38491399

  • Miss Jane Casting

    332 Montague Rd, West End, QLD, 4101

    Phone number: (07) 38464621

  • Miss Jane Casting

    75 Pine River Dr, Murrumba Downs, QLD, 4503

    Phone number: (07) 38862007

  • Rossi Casting Group (Rcg)

    15 Maud St, Newstead, QLD, 4006

    Phone number: (07) 38524165


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CVU

  • Curriculum Vitae (translated as course of life) provides an overview of a person's life and qualifications. It differs from a résumé in that it is more comprehensive.

  • Focus more on education then resume.

  • Personal details at the top, such as name in bold type, address, contact numbers and, an e-mail address. Photos are not required at all, unless requested.

  • A personal profile, written in either the first or the third person, a short paragraph about the job seeker.

  • A bulleted list of the job seeker's key skills or professional assets alone is somewhat unsophisticated

  • A reverse chronological list of the job seeker's educational qualifications and work experience.

  • A reverse chronological list of the job seeker's education or training,

  • Date of birth, gender if you have an ambiguous first name..

  • The job seeker's hobbies and interests (optional)


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Resume

Résumé (translates as summary) provides an overview use for seeking employment in the private sector.

More focus on a specific purpose or target audience

Typical resume includes: 

  • Personal details - Full name and contact details including address, telephone number(s) and email address. 

  • Education and training - A summary of your education and training history, starting with your most recent studies,

  • Employment history - Start with your most recent work history and work backwards chronologically

  • Skills and abilities - A list of the things you're good at. These can be general skills or skills specific to a particular job.

  • Career objective - (optional) Tell the employer what type of job you want end up with.

  • Interests - (optional) A list of your hobbies and interests; this gives employers more information about you and also shows other areas of your life where you've gained experiences such as teamwork and commitment

  • Referees - List people who can talk about how good a worker you are. List their name, company name occupation, and contact details.


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ABN (Australian Business Number)

What is an ABN?

  • The Australian Business Number (ABN) was introduced on 1 July 2000 to enable businesses in Australia to deal with a range of government departments and agencies using a single identification number.

  • The ABN is a public number which does not replace your tax file number.

    Why should I apply for an ABN?

  • The Australian Business Number (ABN) is your key to a quicker and smarter way of dealing with other businesses and government

  • helps you claim goods and services tax (GST) credits

  • facilitates a single business activity statement

  • lets you claim any energy grants credits that you qualify for

  • stops businesses deducting pay as you go (PAYG) withholding tax from payments to you

  • allows businesses to easily confirm your details for ordering and invoicing purposes

  • If your business has an annual turnover of $75,000 or more, you must register for GST and you'll need an ABN to do this. If your business has a lower annual turnover, it's up to you whether you register.

  • All non-profit organisations with an annual turnover of $150,000 or more must register for GST and therefore need an ABN. Also, businesses that need to be endorsed as a gift deductible recipient or an income tax exempt charity or both, require an ABN.

    How do I apply for an ABN?

    You can apply for an ABN online from the Australian Business Register (ABR) web site. If you require further assistance with your application, please call the ATO on 13 28 66. http://www.abr.gov.au/ABR_BC/


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Career Paths

Griffith: Bachelor of Arts in Applied Theatre

This program is taught through practical theatre workshops and seminars. It provides students with skills in the following areas:

devising, performing, writing and participating in theatre productions

using a variety of theatrical forms and technologies

responding to and analysing performance

developing a critical and practical understanding of the industry through work placements

In Years 1 and 2, you will complete the core courses and the advanced core courses will be completed in Year 3. Major studies are also undertaken from Year 1 onwards.


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Career Paths

  • Bilingual acting

  • Classes | New York

  • Improve for Actors

  • Performance Ensemble Lab

  • On-Camera Acting and Audition Technique

  • Scene and Monologue Study ( Beginner & Intermediate)

  • Voice and Diction

  • Workshops | New York

  • Shakespeare Intensive Workshop for Actors: Brush Up Your Shakespeare!

  • The Acting Craft: Intensive Workshop

  • Filmmakers and Acting on Camera Intensive Workshop

  • Viewpoints Workshop

  • Classes | Paris

  • Chekhov in Motion

  • Master Scene Class

  • Performance Lab For Actors And Directors

  • Teen Acting Workshop

  • Workshops | Paris

  • Emotional Preparation Techniques for Film & Theatre

  • Audition Skill/acting On Camera

  • Physical Expression and Voice


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Bilingual acting (Example)

Chekhov in Motion

Facilitator: Chris Mack

The Three Sisters as an Ensemble Movement PieceCreated and Developed by Yael Karavan and Chris Mack, with the class members as the ensemble.Classes will be held Wednesday nights, from 19:30-22:30Classes begin  February 19th, with performances in late June/Early July. 

Registration:

Full program = 750 E = $205.90 (payable in instalments)


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Career Paths

  • Theatre In Education (T.I.E.) English Actors for 2010 Tour of Italy

    ItalyFlorence:  Florence

    Rome:  Roma (Rome)

    Venice:  Venice

    Milan:  Milan

    Length of Position: 5-6 months

    Dates: January 2010

  • Highlights: You will have the opportunity to learn, observe and live the Italian culture and visit many areas and cities all over Italy. Knowledge of Italian is not necessary.

  • Qualifications: This is an exciting opportunity for actors with a love for T.I.E. and children. As an actor you should have the flexibility to perform in a range of genres from slapstick to Shakespeare. We also allow you the freedom to bring your own qualities and personality into each sketch.

  • Minimum Education: Diploma/Certification

  • Job Types :Theater, Drama, Dance

  • Languages : English

  • Salary / Pay: Weekly cash salary 230-260 euros

  • Experience Required: no

  • This Program is open to American, Australian, Canadian and European Participants.

  • Participants Travel to Italy Independently

  • Typically Participants Work in Groups of 3


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Sponsorship and Funding

Arts Queensland

  • Direct enquiries to:

    Louise Dauth, Government Curator art+place

    Level 16, 111 George StreetBrisbane, Qld, 4000GPO Box 1436Brisbane Qld 4001T: 07 3405 6223F: 07 3224 4077Email: [email protected]

  • Career Development Grants - up to $5,000 for artist professional development

  • Development and Presentation Grants - up to $50,000. Open to individual artists, collectives and not-for-profit organisations for new work, exhibitions, productions, industry development and cultural engagement activities.


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Australian Independent Artists

  • Brian Lucas was born in country Queensland

  • classical ballet at the age of 6

  • creative, powerful and imaginative life as a child

  • received dance training from the age of 6 to around the age of 17

  • Expressions Dance in the mid 80’s where he created work for about 8 years

  • 1994/95 – cathartic moment

  • Crab Room

  • “Frightening Live Stock”

  • Sacrifices

  • “I wish life was like a piece of toast where

    you can spread butter over it evenly”

  • quit when he wants to quit

  • New York

  • “do it because you know you can’t not do it.”


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Extra Curriculum


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