SCHOOL OF ROGUES

School of Rogues is an acting and theatre school, based in Sydney’s Inner West. We develop and provide short courses, masterclasses and workshops. Our classes help you to explore your creativity while building your confidence and interpersonal skills in a fun and relaxed environment.

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Collaborative Theatre Making

6:30pm-9:00pm, Wednesdays, 25th April to 6th June, Newtown Neighbourhood Centre

Have you ever had a wild idea for a performance? Do you enjoy collaborating with others to create something new? Then you will love collaborative theatre making!

“I was thrilled to see a range of very shy people transform with power and passion before an audience. This is a must for anyone who wants to develop self esteem and presentation skill – not to mention, improve their acting. It’s also a lot of fun.” – Student

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Introduction to Clowninrg

10am to 4pm, Sunday May 20th, Newtown Neighbourhood Centre
SPECIAL GUEST TUTOR – ALICIA GONZALEZ

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**NEW NORTH SHORE LOCATION**

The Play’s the Thing! – Script Club for Actors

7pm-9pm, Monday’s June 25th to July 30th, Crows Nest Uniting Church

“Goldele is a brilliant teacher, I plan to do many more courses with her. Encouraging and supportive!” – Belinda Butterell

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Other places you can find classes with Goldele

SEED & SPARK:  Developed by local mums, for local mums (and dads!), Seed & Spark offers a wide range of weekly, daytime classes and workshops with an in-room nanny service. Acting & Storytelling courses start May in Inner West & Eastern Suburbs.

SYDNEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Acting For Beginners, 6 week course

ABOUT THE TUTOR

Goldele Rayment

Goldele Rayment is the Artistic Director of Company of Rogues. She works as a Director, and Teaching Artist in the independent theatre sector, Community Arts and Cultural Development and Education in Sydney.

In 2018 she is a Young Artist (Director) in Pacific Opera’s emerging artist program. From 2014-16 she was the Artistic Program Coordinator at Milk Crate Theatre, where she managed their theatre workshop programs for people who have experienced homelessness.  Goldele graduated with a Bachelor of Performing Arts, on the Dean’s Honor’s List, at Monash University in 2007.

We also provide customised workshops for corporate training, high schools and community groups. Contact Goldele via our contact page or call 0448 340 034 for more information.

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