Screenteens Term Four

Course runs 19 Oct 2019 to 07 Dec 2019

$460 *

Screenteens Term Four

  • 19 Oct 2019 - 07 Dec 2019

  • Saturday Mornings, 9:30am - 11:30am

  • Screenwise Studios, 84-86 Mary St, Surry Hills

  • $499 ($460 earlybird ends 05 Oct 2019)

About the course

Can’t make these classes? Try your hand at our Screenteens Holiday Workshop over three consecutive days commencing on the 8th October 2019.

Screenteens Acting Classes for Young Adults (8-Week Classes)

Has your dream always been to become a professional actor? Our Screenteens acting classes for young adults, may be your ticket to stardom.

The Screenteens 8-week Intensive is designed for young actors between 12 – 16 years old who are looking for a successful move into the Film and Television Industry. This program is the ideal platform for all young adults interested in commencing or extending their experience in front of the camera. No audition is required!

Students will learn how to break down a scene, build a character, find the truth in performing, use props, take direction, master continuity and act in front of the camera each week – all within a fun, yet professional learning environment.

Screenteens acting classes run in conjunction with school terms each Saturday morning, with one class per week over an 8-week period- making it the perfect course for you. No audition is required. Places are strictly limited.

This 8-week intensive will equip students with the following industry tools:

>   Breaking down a scene
>   Interpreting dialogue
>   Learning to take direction
>   Understanding character motivation
>   Mastering continuity on camera
>   Find the truth in performance
>   Building characters
>   Working with props
>   Perfecting audition techniques

Our tutors are high profile professional actors, who work closely with students in small boutique classes providing them the best industry advice and acting tuition on offer.

Headshots of Screenteens who are currently attending acting classes (and are not represented by an agent) are kept on file and submitted to casting consultants for audition consideration whenever there is a suitable Film or TV series being cast. Thanks to referrals from Screenwise, many of our students are now represented by some of Sydney’s top Acting Agencies.


Claim your Creative Kids voucher and save $100 on an upcoming Screenteens Class.

Parents, guardians and carers can claim a $100 voucher per year to put towards the cost of any Screenteens Class (Term Classes and Holiday Workshops). The NSW Government is helping your cost of living with more than 40 rebates and savings including Creative Kids, which is all about making it easier for school-aged kids (4.5 to 18 years old) to get involved in creative and cultural activities.

For more information on how to apply for  your Creative Kids voucher for an upcoming Screenteens class please click here. Parents are required to provide their Creative Kids voucher number to Screenwise prior to payment for a Screenteens course to apply the redemption. * Conditions Apply see the Creative Kids Website for details.


Did you know?

Graduates of Screenteens have auditioned and appeared in some of Australia’s leading film and TV series such as Puberty Blues, Home and Away, Tomorrow When The War Began, All Saints, The December Boys, H2O and Blue Water High.

Terms and Conditions: There are no refunds or transfers to other courses.

About Your Tutor - Teo Gebert

Teo Gebert is an award winning actor and writer, known for Square One, Home and Away, Underbelly and is a current presenter on ABC's Play School. Gebert made his film debut in Fatal Bond alongside Linda Blair and has appeared in Sniper: Reloaded with Billy Zane and Tom Berenger. He next had lead roles in the indie films Square One and The Venus Factory and support in The Boys. In 1998 he started his close association with director Paul Middleditch playing a demented Nazi in Terra Nova and in 2001 they wrote and collaborated on the art-house film A Cold Summer. Gebert has also appeared in Under the RadarSafety in Numbers and starred as Elmo in the gangster comedy Crooked Business. He plays a...

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About screenwise

Screenwise was established seventeen years ago to provide specialist, career-focused training in acting for film & television. The school employs leading industry professionals – award-winning actors, directors & casting consultants who are articulate and inspirational teachers.

Screenwise is overseen by Denise Roberts (Schapelle, The Moodys, Cliffy, Mrs Biggs, Packed To The Rafters, Blood Brothers, Razzle Dazzle, Always Greener, GP). The school offers full-time and part-time intensive creative and technical screen acting programs which are accredited and up to date with Australian and International film industry standards.

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