ACTORS GYM AUST

Studio - Level 1, 84 Great North Road, Five Dock

STUDIO CLASSES ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR ENROLMENTS
CHECK TIME TABLE BELOW TO BOOK YOUR CLASSES  / COURSE


STUDIO IN - PERSON ENROLMENT DAYS

SIMPLY TURN UP TO THE STUDIO TO ENROL - NO BOOKING REQUIRED

Every Wednesday from May 26th

2.00pm to 6.00pm


Every Saturday from May 28th

11.30 am to 1.30 pm


MONDAY CLASSES - FIVE DOCK SYDNEY


Harry Stacey

Booking is essential for casual classes
WEEKLY CASUAL ACTING CLASSES - FIRST CLASS FREE
BOOK CLASS HERE
Casual Class Only $30
Four Classes Only $100


Introduction to Acting Course
6 pm to 8 pm - Casual Acting Classes and Four Week Acting Courses
2 Hours Per Week

Ideal course for newcomers to acting


THEORY

  • -Objective and Action
  • Acting technique at a glance
  • Improvisation fundamentals
  • Comedy training and exercises
  • Theatre fundamentals
  • Script breakdown
  •  Monologue work + in-class performance (Theatre based).
  • Screen acting fundamentals
  • Dialogue work + in-class performance (Screen-based).

BOOKING FORM

Marshall-Weishuai Yuan & Sangeetha Gowda from NOAH Films

Monday Nights
Starts April 4th

Creating Engaging Film Course
6.30 pm to 8.30 pm
2 Hours Per Week
Three Month Course

Cost: $600  
$300 Deposit to reserve your spot and $300 ( balance ) payable prior to starting April 19th

Only 12 Spots Available for the three month course

This course is aimed at Creatives and Actors wanting to skip the waiting game and start
creating their own work.

Over 12 classes, students will learn the ins and outs of creating their own film content, from pre-production right through to post-production - working on any budget.Through the course, students will collaborate to film a piece of content, applying the skills theylearn in class, while also finding their own unique voice to create authentic and engaging work.

Class Outline - Content Creating on No Budget/Creating your own Work


Lesson 1: Introduction into Content Creation

  • Introduce ourselves and showcase some of our work
  • Get the class to introduce themselves and their goals/why they chose to do the course - whatthey hope to learn from it
  • Introduction into content creation and how it’s grown and become more accessible. Examples of different types of content creating and trailblazers in the content creation sphere

Homework: Find and list 4 favourite shows or films, note the genre & why you have a connection to it.


Lesson 2: Storytelling

  • Start with the homework
  • Discovering each students style and what their goals are through content creation
  • Letting them find their own unique ‘voice’ in their work
  • Explain good examples of this

Homework: Find 3 examples of good storytelling and 3 examples of bad storytelling



Lesson 3: Screenwriting part 1

  • Start with homework
  • Have student chose whether they want to write a scene or a short film to work on throughoutthe course
  • Help them brainstorm ideas● Show them script writing applications and how to download them
  • Go through script structure and show them a industrial standard script

Homework: Get ideas down for a script



Lesson 4: Screenwriting part 2

  • Start with homework
  • Creating characters: arc, uniqueness and relatability
  • Character objectives and motivations
  • Creating conflict within the story

Home work: Start writing a script which will working on through the course



Lesson 5: Cast and Crew

  • Start with the homework
  • Explain the different types of people in a film crew and what they do - mention minimumnecessity of roles required for content creation
  • Where to find cast and crew - go through some websites with students
  • Where to find equipment and basic equipment required to start content creation● What you can offer when you have no budget
  • Explain the importance of why a good team matters

Homework: Find websites that either rent equipment and cast



Lesson 6: Problem solving

  • Start with homework
  • Explaining all problems that could arise on a project
  • Provide personal examples of this
  • Let them solve some questions together with a slide show of examples

Homework: Give the class members some questions each



Lesson 7: Making a film together

BOOKING FORM

TUESDAY CLASSES - FIVE DOCK SYDNEY


Marshall-Weishuai Yuan & Sangeetha Gowda from NOAH Films

Information Session Tuesday April 26th
6.30 pm to 8.30 pm

Creating Engaging Content Film Course
Tuesday May 3rd - 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm
2 Hours Per Week
Three Month Course

Only 12 spots available
Payment plan available

Cost: $600  

$300 Deposit to reserve your spot and $300 ( balance ) payable prior to starting April 19th

Only 12 Spots Available for the three month course

This course is aimed at Creatives and Actors wanting to skip the waiting game and start
creating their own work.

Over 12 classes, students will learn the ins and outs of creating their own film content, from pre-production right through to post-production - working on any budget.Through the course, students will collaborate to film a piece of content, applying the skills theylearn in class, while also finding their own unique voice to create authentic and engaging work.

Class Outline - Content Creating on No Budget/Creating your own Work


Lesson 1: Introduction into Content Creation

  • Introduce ourselves and showcase some of our work
  • Get the class to introduce themselves and their goals/why they chose to do the course - whatthey hope to learn from it
  • Introduction into content creation and how it’s grown and become more accessible. Examples of different types of content creating and trailblazers in the content creation sphere

Homework: Find and list 4 favourite shows or films, note the genre & why you have a connection to it.


Lesson 2: Storytelling

  • Start with the homework
  • Discovering each students style and what their goals are through content creation
  • Letting them find their own unique ‘voice’ in their work
  • Explain good examples of this

Homework: Find 3 examples of good storytelling and 3 examples of bad storytelling


Lesson 3: Screenwriting part 1

  • Start with homework
  • Have student chose whether they want to write a scene or a short film to work on throughoutthe course
  • Help them brainstorm ideas
  • Show them script writing applications and how to download them
  • Go through script structure and show them a industrial standard script

Homework: Get ideas down for a script


Lesson 4: Screenwriting part 2

  • Start with homework
  • Creating characters: arc, uniqueness and relatability
  • Character objectives and motivations
  • Creating conflict within the story

Home work: Start writing a script which will working on through the course


Lesson 5: Cast and Crew

  • Start with the homework
  • Explain the different types of people in a film crew and what they do - mention minimumnecessity of roles required for content creation
  • Where to find cast and crew - go through some websites with students
  • Where to find equipment and basic equipment required to start content creation
  • What you can offer when you have no budget
  • Explain the importance of why a good team matters

Homework: Find websites that either rent equipment and cast


Lesson 6: Problem solving

  • Start with homework
  • Explaining all problems that could arise on a project
  • Provide personal examples of this
  • Let them solve some questions together with a slide show of examples

Homework: Give the class members some questions each


Lesson 7: Making a film together

  • Start with homework
  • Assign teams and pick scripts
  • Let the teams allocate roles and discuss ideas/start planning
  • Set a date to have the script/scene completed

Homework: Start planning their scripts


Lesson 9: Practical Knowledge

  • Hands on work with setting up a scene
  • Get students to use the equipment (they can bring their own equipment if they’re more
  • comfortable with using it)
  • Demonstrate how to use things more creatively depending on your budget

Homework: Start shooting their scripts and applying what they’ve learnt


Lesson 8: Production

  • Cinematography and frames and provide examples
  • Lighting and how it affects a shot providing examples
  • Production design - show good and bad examples
  • Colour palettes and costuming

Homework: Have film shot but not edited


Lesson 10: Editing

  • Demonstrate the editing tools they need e.i Davinci, Audacity, royalty free sites
  • Explain to them basic editing knowledge - cutting clips, mixing sound, titles
  • Have each team start their edit and observe

Homework: Have them edit the final cut and bring it to class


Lesson 11 :Watching the final product

  • Watching each teams film and discus it - what’s good and bad about it
  • Question each team on their process and what challenges they faced


Lesson 12: What happens after?

  • Talk about the different avenues for your project e.i film festivals, private screenings, social
  • media (youtube, vimeo, facebook)
  • Introduce them to Film Freeway and demonstrate how it works
  • Marketing, promotion and networking
  • Talk about professionalism in the industry
  • Final Q & A

Class Outline - Content Creating on No Budget/Creating your own Work


  • Lesson 1: Introduction into Content Creation
  • Lesson 2: Storytelling
  • Lesson 3: Screenwriting part 1
  • Lesson 4: Screenwriting part 2
  • Lesson 5: Cast and Crew
  • Lesson 6: Problem solving
  • Lesson 7: Making a film together
  • Lesson 9: Practical Knowledge
  • Lesson 8: Production
  • Lesson 10: Editing
  • Lesson 11 :Watching the final product
  • Lesson 12: What happens after?

BOOKING FORM

WEDNESDAY CLASSES - FIVE DOCK SYDNEY

Ben Barber

* includes Videographer for filming scenes

VIdeographer: James Cui

Booking is essential for casual classes
WEEKLY CASUAL ACTING CLASSES - FIRST CLASS FREE
BOOK CLASS HERE
Casual Class Only $30
Four Classes Only $100


On-Camera Scene Study Classes
6 pm to 8 pm - Casual Acting Classes and Four Week Acting Courses, 2 Hours Per Week

Scene study classes with Ben Barber, you will be working on scenes within a group environment and acting the scenes on camera with feedback provided after each scene - ideal for aspiring actors wanting to develop as an actor working on scenes and being filmed on camera in the character with a videographer on-site in the studio each week.

BOOKING FORM

THURSDAY CLASSES - FIVE DOCK SYDNEY


Matthew Backer

* includes Videographer for filming scenes

VIdeographer: James Cui

Booking is essential for casual classes
WEEKLY CASUAL ACTING CLASSES - FIRST CLASS FREE
BOOK CLASS HERE
Casual Class Only $30
Four Classes Only $100


Screen-Testing
6.00 pm to 8.00 pm - Casual Acting Classes and Four Week Acting Courses, 2 Hours Per Week

Weekly Bootcamp is designed for actors wanting to work, work, work their screen-testing muscles. This is a weekly series (weekly classes in total) where actors will film two screen-tests a week: one in-class, audition-like screen-test, and one at-home self-test. Actors will also acquaint (or reacquaint) themselves with script breakdown, character work, screen technique, problem-solving, and more. All work will be filmed and reviewed with feedback. This is a great chance for actors to smash multiple scenes over 4 weeks and do what actors often spend most of their time waiting to do: act.

SATURDAY CLASSES - FIVE DOCK SYDNEY


9.45 am to 10.45 am - FREE CLASS Session


* each week from Saturday, April 2nd we will offer a Free Acting orDance Class for you to be able to meet our Acting or Dance Coaches andtrial a class


BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL

we will email you trial classes coming up for you to book - only 12 spots per trial class.

Simon Lee

Booking is essential for casual classes
Introduction to Acting Casual Classes - Adults

WEEKLY CASUAL ACTING CLASSES - FIRST CLASS FREE

BOOK CLASS HERE
Casual Class Only $30
Four Classes Only $100

Weekly Introduction to Acting Classes will take you through Screen Acting fundamentals, Improvisations fundamentals, Performance and Audition Techniques, as well as build on your most important tool of all - Self Confidence.


Join our classes to kick start your training in Acting and continue to fuel your passion, for an exciting road ahead in the entertainment industry.

Othniel Mani from Tree Oak Films

Fundamentals Film Course
Info Session / Enrolment - Saturday 7th May

3.00 pm to 4.00 pm

Three Month Course Starts
Saturday, May 14th - 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm Saturdays
Only 12 spots available
Payment plan available

This 12-week course will help students and creatives who are either looking to get into filmmaking with hands-on experience in how filmmaking works or getting hands-on experience with guidance.

The course will look into the practical and theory work starting from pre-production right through to post-production. This course would be ideal for people who are starting out in filmmaking from the ground up.


  • Session 1: Introduction to Filmmaking
  • Session 2: Introduction to Screenwriting
  • Session 3: Crew Roles and Casting for both projects
  • Session 4: Learning the basics of Audio and Video
  • Session 5: Pre Production (Selected Scene A)
  • Session 6: Production (Selected Scene A)
  • Session 7: Pre Production (Selected Scene B)
  • Session 8: Production (Selected Scene B)
  • Session 9: Introduction to Editing
  • Session 10: Post Production (Selected Scene A)
  • Session 11: Post-production (Selected Scene B)Session 12: Screening/Course Review/Q&A Session
Twelve Week Course Cost: Only $600

COURSE PAYMENT OPTIONS:

OPTION ONE: PAY FULL AMOUNT UPFRONT
Pay Only $500 (save $100)


OPTION TWO: PAYMENT PLAN OPTION:
Deposit: $200
Balance: $400

* Pay $50 Per Week x Eight Weeks from Week One to Week Eight of the Course
12 Week Course, 2 Hours Per Week

BOOKING FORM

Enrolments are available now - 12 Spots Only
APPLY HERE - ONLY 12 SPOTS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE THREE MONTH COURSE
* OUTLINE WILL BE EMAILED UPON ENROLLING

Talent Mentorship Auditions
Starts from Sat April 7th
4.00 pm to 6.00 pm

BOOKINGS NOW OPEN FOR CASUAL ACTING AND DANCE CLASSES COMMENCING MARCH

Check below weekly timetable to book your casual class for Acting or Dance - all classes are pre paid so instructors know how many students are attending classes each week.

ACTING CLASSES

Three Month Course, 2 Hrs Per Week - Only $420

Monthly Payments in Advance - three payments x $140 per month = $420

Pay Full Amount Upfront - Pay Only $350 (save $70)


FIGHT CHOREOGRAPHY COURSE

Two Month Course, 2 Hrs Pw  - Only $280

Monthly Payments in advance - two payments x $140 per month

Pay full amount upfront - Pay Only $250 (save $30) 


BOOKING CLASSES:
1. View Time Table below for a selection of Classes you wish to book week to week.

2. Complete Monthly Unlimited Classes Payment  $100 - payment link is on the next page after you complete the classes enrolment form.

3. Select Classes from the timetable and enter your name as a reference when booking so we can check the list of paid members - this will be matched against your monthly payment.

4. Classes are prepaid - once you select classes from the timetable you will be sent an email / SMS to confirm your placement in the classes.


Monday Nights

Commences from March 14th


Nate

Mondays
Commences from March 14th
6.30 pm to 8.00 pm - Hip Hop - Beginners

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.

Nate

Mondays
Commences from March 14th
7.30 pm to 9.00 pm - Hip Hop Choreography

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.

Tuesdays

Commences from March 15th


GEO

Tuesdays
Commences from March 15th
6.00 pm to 7.30 pm - Reggaeton Dance Classes

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.

GEO

Tuesdays
Commences from March 15th

7.30 pm to 9.00 pm - Commercial Style Dance Classes

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.

Wednesdays

Commences from March 16th


Ben Barber

Wednesdays
Commences from March 16th

6.00 pm to 7.30 pm - Acting Classes for Beginners

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.

Othniel Mani

Saturdays
Commences from March 19th
7.30 pm to 9.00 pm - Self Test Audition Classes

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.

GEO

Wednesdays
Commences from March 16th

7.30 pm to 9.00 pm - Samba

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.

Thursdays

Commences from March 17th


Ben Barber

Thursdays
Commences from March 17th

6.30 pm to 8.30 pm - Acting Classes for Aspiring Actors

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.

Saturdays

Commences from March 19th


Simon Lee

Saturdays
Commences from March 19th
10.00 am to 11.30 am - Intro to Acting Classes

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.

Skyler Hart

Saturdays
Commences from March 19th
11.30am to 1.00pm - On Camera Scene Study Classes

Scene study classes with Skyler Hart will each week be working on scenes within a group environment and acting the scenes on camera with feedback provided after each scene - ideal for aspiring actors wanting to develop as an actor working on scenes and being filmed on camera in character.

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.

Vi Lam

Saturdays
Commences from March 19th
1.00pm to 2.30pm - Contemporary Dance Classes

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.

Vi Lam

Saturdays
Commences from March 19th
2.30pm to 4.00pm - Contemporary Choreography

CASUAL CLASSES BOOKING FORM

NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS: If you have flu-like symptoms or not feeling well we ask you not to attend classes to keep the other students and instructors safe.