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Drama Monday (5-7 years) ONLINE/STUDIO

Tim Bray Theatre Company's youth theatre students will develop skills to express themselves creatively and confidently through story-telling, acting and ensemble work while engaging with a professional theatre company.

Tim Bray TAPAC
Acting & Drama
  • Mondays, to
    04:00 pm - 05:00 pm
$175 per term
Tim Bray Theatre Company, Rachel Constantine, Rebecca Stubbing

Tim Bray Theatre Company's youth theatre classes offer a fun and varied programme where students can develop their creativity, performance techniques and confidence.

The creative talents of students are nurtured in order for them to grow as actors and as communicators.

Led by tutors from Tim Bray Theatre Company, this programme also invites guest teachers from the theatre industry to introduce specific skills to students.

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In-Studio Level 2 Restrictions

  • When held in studio, the time of this class will change by 15 minutes to allow for cleaning in between classes and to limit contact between classes. Enrolled students will be emailed by Sara Dakin [email protected]
  • Places in courses will be reduced to allow for social distancing of 2-metres.
  • This course has a maximum of 15 participants. Due to this limit, parents are not permitted to watch in the studio.
  • All students/parents will be emailed with TAPAC’s Level 2 Covid protocols prior to their class starting.
  • Trial classes are available.  Please email Sara Dakin [email protected]
  • This course will be run online in Alert Levels 3 & 4.
  • If the programme needs to be cancelled due to low enrolments you will receive a refund.

Teaching artist

Tim Bray Theatre Company TAPAC

Tim Bray Theatre Company

Established 30 years ago, Tim Bray Theatre Company is recognised as Auckland's leading theatre for children and is administered by The Operating Theatre Trust, a registered charitable trust. Founder Tim Bray  is the best-selling playwright for children in New Zealand and has been awarded a Queen’s Service Medal for services to children and theatre. 

Teaching artist

Rachel Constantine

Rachel Constantine

Originally from the UK, Rachel trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She has over a decade’s experience as a stage actress and has spent many years touring UK theatres and schools, teaching acting and movement skills as well as producing and directing children’s stage productions.

Teaching artist

Rebecca Stubbing Tim Bray TAPAC

Rebecca Stubbing

Rebecca is an actor and improvisor who attended TAPAC’s drama classes.  She participated in the Theatresports Youth Programme and is now an actor and tutor with Auckland improv company ConArtists and a member of improv troupes Improverished and The Fig Mints. She is currently working towards a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Auckland.