5 July – 7 July, 2022 This workshop will focus on the technical aspects of camera performance — how to establish credibility and connection, shoot
5 July – 7 July, 2022
This workshop will focus on the technical aspects of camera performance — how to establish credibility and connection, shoot high quality self-tapes (auditions), and feeling comfortable on film sets. The course structure provides students a solid foundation for screen acting and the process of auditioning for Drama School. More importantly, they will learn how to identify and trust their own unique skills. All participants will be provided with scripts during the workshop which will be used to explore and develop characters. Additionally, if possible they will be asked to come prepared with a short monologue of their own choice. Examples will be available on the McGregor website. Throughout the workshop, participants will have many opportunities presenting to camera. Thomas will provide support and specific feedback for all students.
Thomas Larkin is an award-winning actor, voice artist and arts educator. He has worked with the University of Southern Queensland, NIDA, Queensland Theatre, Bell Shakespeare Company, La Boite Theatre, and facilitated
workshops in schools and universities across Australia.
Thomas has played leading stage roles in Death of a Salesman (2019 Matilda Awards – Best Supporting Male Actor), As You Like It, True West, Macbeth, and Romeo & Juliet. Thomas’ latest film credit includes Baz Lurhmann’s film Elvis set for release later this year as well as appearing in a TV series for Nickelodeon called Taylor’s Island. He has also lent his voiceover talents to BMW, TattsLotto, Audible and Beyond Blue.
Beginner – Intermediate | 15 years +
Workshop Cost $300
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM