The Performing Arts Conservatory’s (TPAC) 10672NAT Advanced Diploma of Screen and Stage Acting has been graduating students for over twenty-four years.
Our extensive training empower students to confidently enter the workplace, covering aspects such as auditioning for screen, television and films, reading and analysing scripts, international dialect, head-shots, choosing and gaining an agent, understanding your castable type for marketing, reading contracts, working in larger markets, obtaining the correct working Visa’s —and much more. The skills and tools obtained at TPAC equip students for film and stage work all over the world. Students leave TPAC with a high quality show-reel of their work and professional actors head-shots as evidence for casting agents and marketing purposes. TPAC Starts Acting Careers!
The Performing Arts Conservatory is supported by the Actors Union, M.E.A.A (Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance).
I was accepted to University for a degree that will help me achieve my dream of owning my theatre one day. I would never have been accepted if it weren’t for my Advanced Diploma.
The 10672NAT Advanced Diploma of Screen and Stage Acting, will give you a platform of acting skills to enter the industry with confidence. Learn how to perform in front of the camera, how to read and analyse scripts and how to audition.
96 Albert Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
On-site Face to face learning
1.75 years’ total course duration. Five study periods of 14 weeks each
26 March 2018 (Induction and Orientation)
23 August 2019
Study Period 1 – 26 Mar to 15 Jun 2018
Study Period 2 – 18 Jun to 7 Sept 2018
Study Period 3 – 10 Sept to 14 Dec 2018 6 weeks break
Study Period 4 – 28 Jan to 3 May 2019 2 weeks break
Study Period 5 – 20 May to 23 Aug 2019
Starting Careers Since 1993.
TPAC Graduates are Performing all over the world!
Australia’s first 3D film making.