Flinders Drama Centre Graduates        

The Flinders Drama Centre professional acting and directing programs began in 1971 at the Flinders University of South Australia in Adelaide.
Graduates of the Drama Centre receive a strong grounding in performance theory together with a high level of technical skills and are considered "the intelligent
alternative" when it comes to artists. Drama Centre graduates have made a significant contribution to the entertainment industry both nationally and internationally.

They include Academy Award winning director Scott Hicks and Academy Award nominee Steve Knapman, stage designer Richard Roberts, accomplished theatre directors
Benedict Andrews, Sam Haren, Geordie Brookman, Catherine Fitzgerald and Corey McMahon, Award Winning actors Nicholas Hope and Noni Hazlehurst,
feature film actors Xavier Samuel, Victoria Hill and Brendan Rock, award winning playwrights Melissa Reeves and Caleb Lewis, award winning TV writer Annie Fox,
Helpmann Award Nominees Cameron Goodall, Michaela Cantwell and Amber McMahon as well as popular TV personalities HG Nelson, Michael Pope, Nuala Hafner and Melanie Vallejo,
radio broadcaster and author Susan Mitchell, award winning animator Eddie White and actors Geoff Revell, Caroline Mignone, Eileen Darley, Syd Brisbane, Jacqy Phillips and Jude Henshall.

Flinders Drama Centre graduates have been founding members of many different performance groups including Circus Oz, The Angels, Redgum, Doppio Teatro, Red Shed,
Pocketfool, Troupe, Brink Productions, Stone/Castro, Flying Penguin Productions, Red Stitch, The Border Project, Loaded Productions,
Accidental Productions, Noodles The Clown, Drop Bear Theatre, isthisyours?, Five Point One, Joh Hartog Productions and Hartstone-Kitney Productions.

The Flinders Drama Centre is a partner school of the Helpmann Academy
For information on the drama course at Flinders University
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