1. Identify the learners' needs and goals
2. Explore the current skill level and experience
3. Develop a plan together to review and explore areas of stagecraft including; character development, improvisation, comedic timing and tools, movement & non-verbal expression, Annunciation and pronunciation, Language use and vocal care, performance genres and styles i.e Shakespeare, restoration, cabaret, review etc to extend and explore the potential.
4. Find existing or use original works to test and apply new skills
Zoe started at the age of 12 cutting her teeth in amateur theatre circuit. After leaving the WA Academy of Performing arts in 1992, Zoe became an artist working in live musical theatre performance. She has travelled the world globally in cabaret and performed in dramatic plays for the stage. She set up a successful award-winning company of her own producing and presenting live musical farce and satirical shows. Most recently she has been working across Australia with talented artists to transition extend their repertoire and guest directing during the Melbourne Festival .
Established artists and performance groups registered with the MEAA can gain additional access for negotiated rates.
Perfect! Very knowledgeable, kind, helpful, good energy.
I was impressed at the focus and drive of such a young student. I’m looking forward to seeing how much of her acting potential we can develop together.
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