This workshop identifies the elements that make up an engaging or ‘successful’ monologue performance and introduces students to the process of creative decision making. Students learn to identify the elements of a successful monologue performance – exploring character, goal, audience, action, circumstance and staging through fun, practical activities. Students participate in improvisation and practical activities as well as writing their own monologues during the workshop which they then perform. The workshop can be adapted to suit senior or junior students.

Times: Workshops run for 2 hours and can be scheduled for a time of your choosing, depending on availability.

Cost: Workshops cost $350 for up to 30 students in Sydney, for workshops in regional locations check out our Regional Programs.

Bookings: Contact [email protected]
or phone 02 8396 6222.


This helps with my study of Drama by gaining great skills from a real actor.

Student, Figtree High School

It gave me confidence and new skills.

Student, Hunter Valley Grammar School

Extremely engaging, very dynamic – but all activities had sound learning goals

Teacher, The Scots College

I know more stuff about performing Drama and it will help me with my HSC.

Student, Nowra High School