Anne has a diverse range of performing experience in stage, film and commercial work. Extensive training in voice, movement, Shakespeare and improv.
Degrees in Theatre and Education inform Anne's teaching practice. She trained extensively with the US Shakespeare & Company, who have influenced her embodied, connected approach to Shakespeare.
She spent 5 years as a Core Member of the Queensland Shakespeare Ensemble, facilitating for the ensemble's ground-breaking Shakespeare Prison Project as well as acting, directing and teaching for the company.
Anne has led Shakespeare, Applied Theatre and improv courses for major universities including Griffith Uni and UQ and currently teaches regular courses for QUT and Queensland Theatre's youth programs.
Improvisation can strike fear into the heart of many performers, yet it is a powerful and fantastically fun skill to have in any actor’s toolbelt.
To engage Members with introductory techniques to explore the basics of stagecraft and how to move on stage to create interesting relationships and stage pictures.
Dates and Times Saturday May 15 10.30am – 5pmVenue: Birkdale School of Arts Hall, 101 Birkdale Road, BirkdaleCOST: $80 Members/$100 Non-Members (includes Membership until 30/9/2021).Explore the use of comedy in Shakespeare’s scripts Ann has led Shakespeare, Applied Theater and improv courses for major universities including Griffith Uni and UQ and currently teaches regular courses for QUT …
Develop your acting skills with Shakespeare! Participants should come prepared with a 10-20 line Shakespeare speech for which they feel a personal connection.