PAC Workshop – Acting & Directing for Screen

Acting & Directing for Screen will show adults what is involved in acting, and also directing actors for film or TV.

This practical weekend workshop is suitable for those aged 16 years and older. No experience is needed to enrol in this weekend course, however preference will be given to those with some past experience. The weekend workshop will help participants who want to either a)act or b)direct for screen and discover ways to collaborate together. Participants can enrol in either the acting stream or directing stream. Sat & Sun April 10 + 11, 10am-5:30pm in Karratha. Strictly limited places so enrol now.

Tutor Annie Murtagh-Monks ( has been a casting director and acting coach for more than 25 years.  She has cast numerous television and film productions in WA and been acting coach on more than 13 of these productions. She has recently been casting director and acting coach on ABC TV’s 2 x 30 episodes TV series “The Heights”. In addition, Annie’s has lectured screen acting at WAAPA since 1996. She has ‘discovered’ many successful actors and helped cast them in their first adult screen role including Heath Ledger, Isla Fisher, Jai Courtney and Emma Booth. She has also coached many successful Australian actors. To read their comments on Annie’s teaching go to


“Annie Murtagh-Monks is absolutely one of the most talented and inspiring screen drama teachers in the country.” Pete Templeman – director/ screenwriter “Not Suitable for Children’; “Wanted”; “Bogan Pride”; “Five Bedrooms

The course was inspiring and a lot of fun – the variety of people attracted to the course was an added bonus as we learned as much from each other as we did from the instructor!” Caro – actor

Annie’s knowledge, experience and warm professionalism will teach you so much about the acting profession in a very short time, with tips and techniques that only come from real life hands-on experience. PAC courses, especially Screen Acting, are a hell of a lot of fun, with a great group of like-minded people.” Eddie Stowers