This collection features stunning film adaptations of classic and contemporary plays including Sophocles; Shakespeare; Oscar Wilde; Henrik Ibsen; August Strindberg; Bernard Shaw; and contemporary writers, Michael Frayn and Joe Penhall.
A collection of opera and concert performance videos that can be viewed online including staged productions, interviews, and documentaries. Multiple performances of major operas from the Baroque to the 20th century allow for analysis of stage design; vocal techniques; roles; and musical interpretation across time periods, opera houses and conductors.
Founded by the American actor and director Sam Wanamaker, Shakespeare’s Globe celebrates Shakespeare’s transformative impact on the world. Inspired by two beautiful, iconic theatres, the Globe's diverse programme of work harnesses the power of performance and excites learning to make his work accessible to all.
This program features hours of private coaching with acclaimed master acting teaching Patsy Rodenburg and her unique approach to voice and acting. The six hour masterclass allows you to explore Patsy's highly sought-after techniques and exercises in Movement, Speech, Body and Vocal Warmup. In addition, Patsy works one-on-one with actors performing speeches from Hamlet, Romeo & Juliet, Macbeth, King Lear, and many more.
Stage on Screen produces high quality recordings of classic plays for students and theatre enthusiasts everywhere. They professionally stage classic plays at London's historic Greenwich Theatre, and then record them with multiple cameras on high definition and surround sound. The plays are filmed in front of a live audience to capture the atmosphere and tension of live theatre.
The NFSA collection of television drama boasts a broad representation of historical and contemporary series, including the first ever to be produced in Australia – The Adventures of Long John Silver (1955). Also among the collection are iconic Australian titles such as Homicide (1964–75), Skippy (1966–69), Number 96 (1972–77), The Sullivans (1976–82), Against the Wind (1978), Prisoner (1979–86), Neighbours (1985–current), Blue Heelers (1993–2006), Love My Way (2004–07), Mystery Road (2018), The Family Law (2016–18), Doctor Doctor (2016–current) Nowhere Boys (2013–current), Picnic at Hanging Rock (2018) and The Justine Clarke Show! (2017).