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You’ve got big dreams! However it’s a big world out there, isn’t it?

Know you need more experience and a coach but not sure who to trust to get you there?

Too much distance. Not enough time?

Check out the Hub’s new online program:

Improv To The Death 2

August 11 @ 5:00pm – 7:00pm

A night of laughs, as the Actors’ Hub presents the second in this year’s improv competition! Where teams of Gap 2 and Gap 3 students and friends and family alike will take to the stage and face off in improvisation games.

See  actorshubperth.com.au/event/2019-improv-to-the-death-2

The Innocent Pawn

August 23rd – 24th @ 7pm

The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It’s simply there – when yesterday it was not.

This is the final instalment in a trilogy piece that looks at instigating cultural change, following “One Punch Wonder” (2017) and Implied Consent (2018), .

See https://actorshubperth.com.au/productions


Perth Acting Classes

Whether you’re just starting out in acting, and looking for a great class, or if you’ve been into acting for a while and you’re looking to bridge the gap into paid work, the Actors’ Hub is the place for you. Our experienced team will guide you in the right direction and present you with opportunities you may only have dreamed of.


We offer acting courses for beginners and experienced clients and our regular performances give our members the opportunity to be in the limelight for real. Our regular masterclasses welcome professional actors to share their experiences and advice about how to make it in the business with our members. We are very lucky to have had some very high profile visitors and look forward to sharing this with you.

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Move Towards A Career in 2019

Did you finish 2018 with your hopes high after auditioning for acting schools across Australia only to begin 2019 confused, frustrated and down hearted because you weren’t successful? Were you excited and looking forward to spending 2019 working towards your dream career and now are feeling hurt and unsure as to how to move forward but determined not to give up on what you know you can achieve? Do you feel a little humiliated after telling people of your plans and then not getting anywhere – even your parents are beginning to lose faith and have begun leading conversations to the subject of “back-up” plans? Have you been asking yourself, “Am I ever going to get started?” Are you feeling confused and wondering why other actors, not as talented as you, are getting through the door and winning opportunities, when you get overlooked? If you answered yes to any of these questions; firstly, you are not alone, and secondly, these questions have been created from my own personal experience going through exactly what you are going through. And I am sure you don’t want to take “no” for an answer in 2019. There are three mistakes people make after getting an industry knock-back: a) They allow the setback to alter their ideal. They start changing the goal posts. No longer believing they can achieve the dream in their hearts because they feel low after the setback, they convince themselves that they will be happy settling for a smaller, less scary, version, telling themselves its more “realistic” and that they aimed too high previously. b) They begin to buy into...

Acting is Being Awake

  Awake, being present and mindfulness – they are all the same thing. And without it our art dies. Never before has our society been so preoccupied with the past or the future or what we might be missing out on. With the increasing popularity of the likes of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter the anxiety associated with the fear of missing out is on the rise. All of this takes us out of the present moment. With our fast paced living we are becoming less and less present in the moment. “We often cannot hear our own inner voice, the voice of our artist’s inspiration, above the static.” Julian Cameron – The Artist’s Way   Without these distractions, we are once again thrust into the sensory world. The present moment is one of the greatest tools for an actor.   Actor training has become more about training the mind of the actor to remain present and the discipline associated with being mindful to the moment. If an actor cannot demonstrate this kind of discipline over his/her mind then their art is lost. It is in the moment in which the spontaneity of the scene lives.   One of the first lessons my first acting teacher taught me was there are 3 types of actors: 1. The first swims on the surface with mask and snorkel observing the fish below. 2. The second dons scuba gear and bravely swims amongst the fish. 3. But the third type of actor swims down and breathes with the fish.   I love this analogy! It describes the mindfulness needed for a magical performance and...

The Cost of Investing in Your Dreams

A New Study Exposes ‘Class Ceiling’ That Deters Less Privileged Actors – see link below. Dreams do take a certain amount of investment. But is it our financial situation that really stops us or is it that we are afraid to invest in ourselves? How often do we use our financial situation as an excuse not to invest the goal? Can we see the value in investing in our goals (and therefore ourselves) and stop at nothing to move towards the goal? After all if we are not ready to invest in ourselves why should anyone else – why should a director, or producer, or production company for that matter. When it comes to investing in ourselves it should never be a matter of invest or do not invest. We should approach our goals with a “do-whatever-it-takes” attitude and look for that third option and ask instead “how can I make this happen?” Often all it takes is the decision to invest for the money to magically appear. Stand behind your talent and do whatever it takes. Click on the link below to find out more:...