Elaine Crombie Online Acting for Screen Workshops

Online acting for screen workshops will be held this month by prominent Pitjanjtatjarra/Warrigmay woman Elaine Crombie.

The initiative – by Country Arts SA – will allow aspiring Indigenous actors to follow their dreams in a series of workshops led by Ms Crombie, an actor, director, singer, songwriter, stand-up comedian and writer.

Beginning on June 18 at 4pm, the online workshop series will be held once a week over an eight week period, allowing the participants to hone in on their acting skills.

A passionate advocate for truthful storytelling, Ms Crombie said she endured to be a champion and inspiration to her past, present and future Aboriginal, South Sea Islands and Torres Strait Island and wider communities.

“I have 20 years’ experience in theatre, film and television and I’m excited to share my experience with my younger mob and offer guidance and support to turn their dreams into their reality,” Ms Crombie said.

“Tell me where you want to be and I’ll show you a road map to get there.”

Ms Crombie’s long list of achievements include performances in theatre productions such as The Sunshine Club and Astroman, roles on television shows including How to Stay Married and Nowhere Boys and film productions, including Jackie Jackie, Ties That Bind, Black Talk and Top End Wedding.

To find out more about the online workshops contact Country Arts SA Aboriginal Creative Producer Nikki Ashby on [email protected].