Congratulations to the Graduating Company of 2020!

Congratulations to our fourth year students, the Graduating Company of 2020, on what was an incredible series of their final Showcase performances to the public, friends, family and the industry over the last few days. We are incredibly proud of you all. Now that you are fully equipped with everything you have learned from ACA, […]

ACA Partner with Queer Screen Mardi Gras Film Festival: My Queer Career 2021

ACA thrilled to be an award partner for My Queer Career – Queer Screen – Mardi Gras Film Festival’s prestigious My Queer Career award, which is Australia’s largest LGBTIQ+ short film competition, is receiving submissions NOW, until 15 November. Don’t forget to submit your Australian short! More Info

Someone to Watch Over You’

Kudos to our third year students who wrapped’ Someone to Watch Over You’ last night. Another product of the excellence and commitment they produced from training straight into performance!

Bus Stop Films: Ciaran’s experience at Actors Centre Australia!

“I had audience members coming up to me to share their happiest reviews.” ACA have formed new and exciting partnerships over the last 6 months, and Bus Stop Films have been exciting and inspiring in every way possible. Bus Stop Films student Ciaran Ellis shares why he likes to act, and his experience at the […]

ACA Writer’s Room

ACA were thrilled to have Sydney based writer/director, the ever talented Rebekah Jackson, in the ACA Writer’s Room this week. ACA actors and students had engaged in a table read of Rebekah’s debut feature film in development, ‘Jellybean’, a coming-of-age story based on the life of para-swimmer Ella Jones. Most recently, Rebekah’s directorial debut, the […]

ACA Partner with A Night of Horror International Film Festival

Festivals are such an integral part of entertaining, educating and keeping our community together. Last night, ACA proudly hosted the Opening Night of A Night of Horror International Film Festival. It warmed our hearts to see a socially distanced crowd, attending and supporting the festival. The feedback from the crowd and team on the diligence […]

Bus Stop Films Masterclass with ACA’s Troy Harrison and Frankie Savige

An inspiring week with one of our key partners Bus Stop Films . The first of many masterclasses to come took place last night at the ACA theatre, led by our frontline teaching staff Troy Harrison and Frankie Savige. The energy in the room was infectious!

ACA Students sit down with Head fo Acting, Adam Cook

“Whether you’re an actor in training or the tutor who’s expertly guiding that training, at ACA we’re in this together” – Adam Cook, Head of Acting at ACA. Students had the opportunity to sit down with Adam and share insight into working on the production of ‘The Seagull’. Click here to watch