Funhouse, Bega

Book now for these workshop for young people aged 6-18, brought to you by South East Arts & Oh’Allmhurain Films Films.

Friday 16 September

9am – Midday Introduction to film acting for Primary Students $25

1pm – 4pm Body Language for Young Actors – Primary and Secondary $25


Saturday 17 September

9am – Midday Introduction to film acting for Secondary Students $25

1pm – 4pm Accents Workshop – work on your accents for all types of acting – for Primary & Secondary Students $25


Monday 19 September

9am – 4pm Genre Acting

The workshop will explore different genres in film and television, and the type of acting that makes them work. Whether it is comedy, drama, documentary style, soap opera – we will discuss and work on how to execute the acting style needed for each genre. Suitable for ages 11-18.

We will also explore the importance of knowing the genre before entering the audition room.

Some actors like to spread themselves across the board and try their hand at any and all genres. Others find one particular niche and stick to it. This workshop space is a place where we can find our strengths and preferences and also work on things we want to try out or improve at.
Venue: The Funhouse, Bega.
Cost: $85 (Includes: Morning Tea, Lunch, Afternoon Tea, and a USB with showreel footage for each participant, filmed on the day by Lysette)


Lysette Le Cerf is an Australian actress from Melbourne. She began her training in theatre and went on to study film and television acting at Screen Actors Australia. She is passionate about the power of stories and bringing them to life through the screen. She made her feature film debut in ‘Life Class,’ which is set to premiere later this year.

All Bookings and Inquiries to Oh’Allmhurain Films
Ph 64 920 213
0429 440 755

Limited places available.


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