Pursuing an acting career is not generally considered a stable and reliable employment path. Whether they set out seeking fame and fortune, or an artistic devotion to honing their craft, most actors put in many long years in order to ‘make it’ in theatre, film and television. Three faces, as familiar to us as close friends, belong to actors John Wood (How I Clawed My Way to the Middle), Francis Greenslade (How I Learnt to Act: On the way to NOT going to drama school), and actor and bestselling non-fiction author William McInnes (Christmas Tales). Join them for a lively and fun discussion of the highs and lows of life as an Australian actor.
Panel discussion with Margaret Linley.
Word for Word’s Festival Five Pass lets you book for any 5 Sessions (these are individually priced at $10) at the discounted price of $45.